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Emily Boykin

Kayla Clemens

Ally Davenport

Meredith Davenport

Maddie Fletcher

Brittany Fowler

Brittany Jones

Chelsi Mallory

Alyssa Miller

Heather Morris

Alex Strickland

Brittany Tucker

Crestin Walker

Head Coach Britne Stubbs

Assistant Coach Lauren Locklear


Table of Contents/Credits

Credits The 2012 Brevard College Softball Media Guide is published by the BC Sport Information Office.

Written, compiled and edited by: Seth Montgomery The BC Softball staff and players

Photography by: Christie Cauble BC Sport Information Staff

About the Cover: Featured on this year’s cover from top left to bottom left (clockwise): Alyssa Miller, Chelsi Mallory, Maddie Fletcher, Emily Boykin Brittany Fowler and Brittany Jones

Cover Design: Seth Montgomery using Adobe Photoshop CS3

Table of Contents Team Pictorial Directory Credits/Table of Contents General/Media Information BC Coaching Staff 2012 Season Outlook 2012 BC Roster The South Atlantic Conference 2012 Opponent Information 2011 BC Season Review BC Record Book This is Brevard College 2012 Softball Schedule Calendar

Inside Cover 1 2-3 4-6 7-9 10-23 24-27 28-36 37-43 44-50 51-63 64-65

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General Information GENERAL INFORMATION

School:................................................................................Brevard College Location:........................................................................Brevard, NC 28712 Founded:..............................................................................................1853 Enrollment:............................................................................................650 Nickname:.................................................................................... Tornados School Colors:........................................................... Royal Blue and White Stadium:............................................................................ BC Softball Field ....................................................................................... @ Brevard College Capacity:............................................................................................... N/A Surface:............................................................................................Natural Affiliation:.......................................................................... NCAA Division II Conference:.......................................................................... South Atlantic President:............................................................................Dr. David Joyce Alma Mater:......................................................... Vanderbilt (Ph.D.), 1995 Director of Athletics:.............................................................Juan Mascaro Alma Mater:.............................................................. Central Florida, 1996 Athletic Dept. Phone:......................................................... (828) 884-8276 Ticket Office Phone:........................................................... (828) 884-8276

COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

Head Coach:.......................................................................... Britne Stubbs Alma Mater (year):............................................................. Queens, (2005) Record at BC (years):.................................................................. 78-101 (4) Career Record (years):................................................................ 78-101 (4) Office Phone:...................................................................... (828) 884-8346 Best Time of Day to Reach:......................................................... Mornings Email:..................................................................... stubbsbe@brevard.edu

Assistant Coaches: Assistant Coach:................................................................. Lauren Locklear Alma Mater (year):........................................................... USC Aiken (2011)

Athletic Training Staff: Head Athletic Trainer......................................................... Josh Smallwood Associate Athletic Trainer.......................................................... Josh Owen Athletic Training Intern.................................................... Sarah Buldtman*

*..............................................................indicates primary Softball Trainer

2012 BC SOFTBALL TEAM INFORMATION

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2011 Record:...................................................................... 29-21, 6-12 SAC No. Years in NCAA Playoffs:......................................................................0 No. Years in the SAC Tournament:............................................................2 Last post-season opponent:..................................Lincoln Memorial, 2011 Result:................................................................................................. L, 3-4 Starters Returning/Lost:........................................................................ 6/4 Others Returning/Lost:......................................................................... 3/1 Newcomers:...............................................................................................4

TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are required for admission for everyone ages five and up. There is no admission charge for infants or pre-school children. GENERAL ADMISSION General Admission for all Brevard home Softball Games is free BREVARD COLLEGE FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS Brevard College faculty, staff and students receive complimentary general admission to all BC athletic events for themselves and their dependents by presenting a valid college ID card. All guests must enter with the ID card holder to receive complimentary admission. Please note that these are general admissions tickets and do not include exclusive benefits such as reserved seating or hospitality room privileges. PUBLIC PARKING Public parking is available in the lot adjacent to BC Softball Field. Parking lots are open to the public prior to the starting time for all home games.


Media Information Credentials All requests for working media credentials and photo passes for Brevard College softball games should be directed to the Sport Information office. Passes will be available for pickup at the ticket entrance or in advance at the Sport Information office. Interviews All requests for interviews with Brevard College student-athletes should be made through the Sport Information office by calling (828) 884-8288. Brevard College athletes are routinely available for interviews before and after practice sessions. Postgame interviews will be conducted only upon request. All requests should be made to the Sport Information staff before or at the conclusion of the contest to make arrangements. Media Services The working media area at the BC Softball Field is located at the press table located behind home plate. Programs, pre-game notes, statistics, box scores and play-by-play narratives will be supplied. For further arrangements, call (828) 884-8288 or e-mail montgosj@brevard.edu. Photography Area Photographers with passes may shoot from either baseline. Courtside flashes are not permitted. Driving Directions Brevard College’s women’s basketball games are held on the campus of Brevard College. The physical address of the college is 1 Brevard College Drive, Brevard, N.C., 28712. From Asheville (NC) area: Take I-26 to Exit 40 toward the Asheville Regional Airport. Turn toward the Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Charlotte (NC) area: Take I-85 South to Exit 10-B, US 74 (Shelby / Kings Mountain). Take US 74 West to I-26. Take I-26 West to Exit 40. Turn left onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Atlanta (GA) area: Take I-85 North to Spartanburg. In Spartanburg, take I-26 West toward Asheville. Follow I-26 to Exit 40, Hwy. 280. Turn left onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Knoxville (TN) area: Take I-40 East to Asheville and take Exit 46 before Asheville. Exit 46 will take you into I-26 East toward Spartanburg. Follow I-26 to exit 40, Hwy. 280. Turn right onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate.

MEDIA INFORMATION Television

WLOS ABC 13 Sports Anchor:......................................................... Stan Pamfilis Address: . .................................................. 110 Technology Drive . ....................................................................Asheville, NC 28803 Website:.............................................................. www.wlos.com E-mail:.........................................................spamfilis@wlos.com

WSQL 1240 AM General Manager:................................................... Don DeBiase Address:................................................................ 62 W. Main St. . ......................................................................Brevard, NC 28712 Station Phone:..................................................... (828) 877-5252 Website:...................................................... www.wsqlradio.com E-mail:.................................................. WSQLradio@yahoo.com

The Transylvania Times Sports Writer:..................................................Robbie Robertson Address:..........................................................37 North Broad St. . .......................................................................Brevard NC 28712 Phone:................................................................. (828) 883-8156 Fax:..................................................................... (828) 883-8158 Website:......................................... www.transylvaniatimes.com E-mail:.................................rrobertson@transylvaniatimes.com

The Hendersonville Times Sports Editor:..........................................................Dean Hensley Address:.................................................1717 Four Seasons Blvd. . ........................................................ Hendersonville, N.C. 28792 Phone:................................................................ (828) 694-7868 Fax: ..................................................................... (828) 693-5581 Website:............................................... www.blueridgenow.com E-mail:...................................dean.hensley@blueridgenow.com

The Asheville Citizen-Times Sports Editor:......................................................... Bob Berghaus Senior Sports Writer:................................................ Keith Jarrett Address:....................................................... 14 O. Henry Avenue . ....................................................................Asheville, NC 28801 Phone: .............................................. 1-800-800-4204, ext. 5832 Fax: ..................................................................... (828) 251-0585 Website:................................................. www.citizen-times.com E-mail:....................................... BBerghau@CITIZEN-TIMES.com . .................................................... KJarrett@CITIZEN-TIMES.com

Radio

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BC SPORTS INFORMATION

Athletic Media Relations Director:................. Seth Montgomery

Office Phone:....................................................... (828) 884-8288 SID Cell Phone:.................................................... (828) 582-8407 Fax:...................................................................... (828) 884-8274 Press Row Phone: ............................................... (828) 582-8407

Address:.................................Brevard College Sport Information . ......................................................... One Brevard College Drive . .......................................................................Brevard NC 28712

Email:..................................................... montgosj@brevard.edu BCTornados.com The most complete and up-to-date information regarding Brevard College Tornados athletics is available on the Internet at BCTornados.com. The site includes official sports information content such as news, scores and statistics, in-game statistics and more. Log on today!

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Head Coach Britne Stubbs Coach Britne Stubbs begins her fifth year as Head Coach of the Lady Tornados softball team.

Coach Stubbs also serves as the Senior Woman Administrator at Brevard College, providing a female voice and perspective on key issues and serving as a role model for diversity, inclusion and gender equity in the athletic community. She is the liaison with the BC SAAC to work with the committee on developing and carrying out their goals and initiatives as well as promoting community service projects and campus leadership initiatives. In addition, she also serves as the Director of Champs Life-Skills at Brevard and will help out in Operations and Game Day Administration.

This past season, the Tornados continued their marked improvement as Brevard finished with their first winning season, going 29-21 and earned their second berth to the SAC tournament, this time as the seven-seed. The Tornados also won their first postseason game, defeating tournament host Carson-Newman in the first round. Brevard had their third player named to the All-SAC team in freshman designated player Emily Boykin. In 2010, Coach Stubbs continued to lead the Tornados softball team, as Brevard improved their record for the third consecutive season on their way to a sixth place regular season in the conference, while seeing two players named to the All-SAC team and several athletes listed in multiple categories in both the NCAA and SAC statistical rankings. The Tornados also recorded their first win against a ranked opponent and their first victory over an NCAA Division I institution during the season. In 2009, Coach Stubbs oversaw the team as the Tornados made the transition to becoming full members of NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference. The BC softball team went 17-27, 2-14 in conference play and was one of four Tornados teams to make it to the SAC Tournament. In her first season at the helm of the women’s softball program, Coach Stubbs help guide the team to a 13-27 record on the season, an 11-game improvement from the 2007 season.

As provisional members of both the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference in 2008, the Tornados played a very challenging schedule, taking on a number of strong teams throughout the year.

The Tornados had a season-high five-game winning streak in early February, to jump out of the gates with an impressive 5-3 start. The Tornados finished the season on a high-note winning four of their last five games, including a season-ending sweep of Montreat College.

Stubbs, who originally hails from Bennettsville, S.C., comes to Brevard by way of Tiffin University in Tiffin, Ohio. At Tiffin, Stubbs served as the assistant softball coach while she completed her master’s degree in business

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BC Softball Coaching Staff administration. During her two year stint at Tiffin University, the softball program compiled a record of 94-22. Coach Stubbs was a part of two conference AMC championships, two region IX championships and two National Tournament Appearances. Also, Coach Stubbs was a part of two conference coaching staff of the year awards. In 2006, she was a part of Region IX coaching staff of the year. While at Tiffin University, Stubbs helped tutor five AllAmericans, six All-Region performers and seven AllConference Players. Prior to coaching at Tiffin, Stubbs played softball at Queens University of Charlotte. Stubbs was named to the CVAC AllConference first team three times and was her team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player three consecutive seasons spanning from 2002-2005. In the 2005, Stubbs was named the Female Athlete of the Year for Queens University. Stubbs remains as the Queens University stolen base recorder holder, when she stole 39 bases in her senior campaign. In 2005 she was nationally ranked 16th in the nation for stolen bases with 39 and 42nd for batting average for all of NCAA Division II and was named to the Southeast All-Region team. Stubbs has also worked summer camps at Kennesaw State, North Carolina State, Coastal Carolina, College of Charleston, Saint Leo and Campbell University for the past four years.

Lauren Locklear USC Aiken, 2011 * First year at Brevard (1st year coaching)

Locklear comes to Brevard College from the University of South Carolina Aiken where she starred during her four years with the Pacers, achieving numerous athletic and academic accolades. She joins the Tornados Coaching Staff in the Spring of 2012. Locklear was a two-time Peach Belt All-Conference player, ranking second in the Peach Belt Conference in assists from the shortstop position. She ranked in the top 10 in nine different career offensive categories while at Aiken, finishing among the top players in Pacer sports history in batting average, base hits, runs batted in, slugging percentage, doubles, total bases, home runs, stolen bases and runs scored. She was a three-time Dean’s List recipient and was named to the USC Aiken’s President’s List. She was also named to the Athletic Director Honor Roll and was a 2010 Peach Belt Conference All-Academic First team selection. In addition to her playing career, Locklear also worked at the Mt. Pleasant Recreation Department in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. where she worked as both a field supervisor and umpire. Her duties included maintaining the facilities at various recreational locations and assisting umpires with their daily tasks, as well as officiating assigned t-ball games and enforcing the rules of play. She also communicated with coaches, players and sponsors to help maintain order both on and off the field. She also served as a Summer Camp Coach with Baseball and Softball teams and participated in the JDRF walk, as well as served as a volunteer at the Trinity Lutheran Nursing Home.

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2012 BC Softball Team Information

2012 BC Softball Team

Top Row (L/R): Brittany Tucker, Emily Boykin, Crestin Walker, Alyssa Miller. Middle Row (L/R): Alex Strickland, Ally Davenport, Maddie Fletcher, Heather Morris, Kayla Clemens. Front Row (L/R): Brittany Jones, Meredith Davenport, Brittany Fowler, Chelsi Mallory

2011 Brevard College Softball Roster

Alphabetical Roster

Emily Boykin

#

Name

Pos.

Cl.

B/T

Hometown/Previous School

1

Heather Morris

OF

Fr.

R/R

Black Mountain, N.C./Owen HS

23

Kayla Clemens

2

Brittany Jones

OF

Jr.

R/R

Fort Mill, S.C./Nation Ford HS

12

Ally Davenport

3

Brittany Fowler

OF

So.

R/R

Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA/Lexington HS

6

Alex Strickland

P

Fr.

R/R

Hendersonville, N.C./North Henderson HS

7

Brittany Tucker

INF/OF Jr.

R/R

Eden, N.C./Morehead HS/Patrick Henry CC

24

Maddie Fletcher

8

Meredith Davenport

OF

So.

L/R

High Point, N.C./Southwest Guilford HS

3

Brittany Fowler

10

Crestin Walker

INF

Fr.

R/R

Forest City, N.C./Chase HS

12

Ally Davenport

1B/OF So.

L/R

High Point, N.C./Southwest Guilford HS

2

Brittany Jones

13

Chelsi Mallory

C/OF

Sr.

R/R

Mechanicsville, Va./Lee-Davis HS

13

Chelsi Mallory

14

Emily Boykin

C/UT

So.

R/R

Chapel Hill, N.C./Emerson Waldorf HS

20

Alyssa Miller

20

Alyssa Miller

P

So.

L/R

Davie, Fla./West Broward HS

23

Kayla Clemens

P/3B

Jr.

R/R

Sebring, Fla./South Florida CC

24

Maddie Fletcher

IF/OF

Sr.

R/R

Charlotte, N.C./Providence HS

Head Coach/SWA: Britne Stubbs (Queens University of Charlotte, 2005)

Assistant Coach: Lauren Locklear (USC Aiken, 2011)

8

14

8

Meredith Davenport

1

Heather Morris

6

Alex Strickland

7

Brittany Tucker

10

Crestin Walker


2012 BC Softball Team Information

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United States of America

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Experience Breakdown

Breakdown by State

Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman

North Carolina 8 (Morris, Strickland, Tucker M. Davenport, Walker, A. Davenport, Boykin, Fletcher) Florida 2 (Miller, Clemens) Ontario 1 (Fowler) South Carolina 1 (Jones) Virginia 1 (Mallory)

2 (Mallory, Fletcher) 3 (Jones, Tucker, Clemens) 5 (Fowler, M. Davenport, A. Davenport, Boykin, Miller) 3 (Morris, Strickland, Walker)

Breakdown by Country U.S.A. Canada

12 1 (Fowler)

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2012 BC Softball Player Profiles

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Chelsi Mallory

Senior • Catcher/Utility Mechanicsville, Va. (Lee-Davis HS)

2011 (Junior): Played in all 50 games of the season, starting 50 times for the Tornados as a junior...Led the team with a .365 batting average with a team high 50 hits in 137 at-bats...Recorded six doubles, two triples and a team high eight home runs...Drove in a team high 28 runs, while scoring 27 times...Had a team high .613 slugging percentage and .488 on-base percentage...Had one sacrifice fly and one sacrifice bunt...Was one-for-three in stolen base attempts on the season...Finished with a .997 fielding percentage with 369 put-outs, 24 assists and one error in 394 chances...Had 13 multi-hit games in the season...Had eight multi-RBI games in the season...Scored multiple runs in four games...Started all 18 games in South Atlantic Conference play on the season... Finished with a .375 batting average with 18 hits in 48 at-bats...Had one double and two home runs in conference play... Drove in five runs and scored eight times... Had a .521 slugging percentage and .500 on-base percentage...Had a .992 fielding percentage with 113 put-outs, seven assists and one error in 121 chances. 2010 (Sophomore): Led the team with a .383 batting average as a junior, with a team-high 54 hits in 141 at-bats...Led the South Atlantic Conference with 22 doubles, had one triple and three home runs...Scored 20 runs, while driving in a team-high 24 RBIs...Was three for four in stolen base attempts...Had a .997 fielding percentage with one error in 364 chances. 2009 (Freshman): Recorded a .276 batting average as a freshman, with 37 hits in 134 at-bats…Recorded a team-high 12 doubles and was second on the team with three home runs…Tied for the team lead driving in 21 runs, while scoring 23 times…Successful on both stolen base attempts…Had a .933 fielding percentage in

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2012 BC Softball Player Profiles left field, with six errors in 89 chances‌Started all 44 games. Personal: From Mechanicsville, Va....Graduated from Lee-Davis High School...Born Chelsi Ann Mallory... Daughter of Debra Mallory...Has one sibling Nick... Psychology Major...Born 3/3/1990.

Chelsi Mallory Career Statistics Year AVG GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

2011 .365 50-50

50

6

27

8

28

2010 .383 45-45 141 20 54 22

1

3

24 87 .617 11

2

8

0

.429 2

2009 .276 44-44 134 23 37 12

0

3

21 58 .433 12

0

11

1

.333 1

Career .342 139-139 412

3

14

73

7

28

2

.414

8

70

141

40

84

.613

229 .556

29

52

5

9

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

2

12

137

1

.488

1

4

1

24

E FLD%

1-3

369

1

.997

1

3-4

341 22

1 .997

6

2-2

80

3

6 .933

6-9

790

49

8

.991


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Maddie Fletcher

Senior • Infield/Outfield Charlotte, N.C. (Providence HS)

2011 (Junior): Played in 12 games, starting four times in her junior season with the Tornados...Finished with a .105 batting average with two hits in 19 at-bats... Recorded one double...Drove in three runs, while scoring once...Had a .158 slugging percentage and a .150 on-base percentage...Recorded two sacrifice bunts...Finished with a .750 fielding percentage with one put-out, two assists and one error in four chances... Played in two games, recording two at-bats in South Atlantic Conference play. 2010 (Sophomore): 2010 Second Team All-SAC Selection...Recorded a .275 batting average, with 33 hits in 120 at-bats...Had three doubles...Scored eight runs, while driving in 20 RBIs...Was a perfect one for one in stolen base attempts...Had a .930 fielding percentage, with eight errors in 115 chances. 2009 (Freshman): Recorded a .208 batting average as a freshman, with 15 hits in 72 at-bats…Recorded one double…Drove in seven runs, while scoring 10 times… Was successful in both stolen base attempts…Had a .927 fielding percentage at third base, with seven errors in 96 chances…Played in 34 games, with 27 starts.

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2012 BC Softball Player Profiles Personal: From Charlotte, N.C....Graduated from Providence High School...Born Madeline Grace Fletcher...Daughter of Michael and Susan Fletcher...Has two sibling Michael and Caitlin...Mathematics Major.

Maddie Fletcher Career Statistics Year AVG GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

2011 .105 12-4

19

1

2

1

-

-

3

3

.158

1

-

1

-

.150

-

2

0-0

1

2

1

.750

2010 .275 43-43

120

8

33

3

-

-

20

36

.300

13

2

21

1

.356

-

6

1-1

48

59

8

.930

2009 .208 34-27

72

10

15

1

-

-

7

16

.222

7

1

12

-

.288

-

4

2-2

40

49

7

.927

Career .237 89-74

211

19

50

5

-

-

30

55

.261

21

3

34

1

.300

-

12

3-3

89

110

16

.926

14

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%


2012 BC Softball Player Profiles

Brittany Jones

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Junior • Outfield Fort Mill, S.C. (Nathan Ford HS)

2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 50 games, starting 50 times as a sophomore outfielder for the Tornados...Finished with a .164 batting average with 21 hits in 128 at-bats...Recorded four doubles and led the team with four triples...Drove in seven RBIs, while scoring 14 times...Had a .258 slugging percentage and a .223 on-base percentage...Finished with one sacrifice fly and three sacrifice bunts...Was a perfect three-for-three in stolen base attempts...Finished with a .931 fielding percentage with 48 putouts, six assists and four errors in 58 chances...Had five multi-hit games...Started all 18 South Atlantic Conference games...Finished with a .170 batting average in conference play with eight hits in 47 at-bats...Recorded two doubles...Drove in four runs, while scoring twice...Had a perfect fielding percentage in conference play with 20 put-outs and one assist in 21 chances. 2010 (Freshman): Recorded a .194 batting average with 26 hits in 134 at-bats as a freshman...Had six doubles and one triple...Scored nine runs, while driving in 15 RBIs...Was four for five in stolen base attempts on the season...Had a .966 fielding percentage, with two errors in 59 chances. High school: Played varsity softball at Nation Ford High School...won the team’s Future Jacket Award sophomore year and Hustle Award junior year... Also played for the Charlotte Cobras. Personal: From Fort Mill, South Carolina...Daughter of Randy and Julie Jones...Has one sibling Erika...majoring in Education.

Brittany Jones Career Statistics Year AVG GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%

2011 .164 50-50 128 14 21

4

4

-

7

33 .258 10

0

32

1

.223 1

3

3-3

48

6

4 .931

2010 .194 45-45 134 9

26

6

1

-

15 34 .254 8

2

28

2

.248 1

2

4-5

56

1

2 .966

Career .179 95-95

47

10

5

-

22

2

60

3

.232

5

7-8

104

7

6

262

23

67

.256

18

2

15

.949


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2012 BC Softball Player Profiles

Kayla Clemens

Junior • Pitcher/Infielder Sebring, Fla. (South Florida CC)

2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 50 games, starting 50 for the Tornados in the 2011 season...Finished fourth on the team with a .285 batting average with 41 hits in 144 at-bats...Recorded seven doubles, two triples and two home runs...Drove in 25 runs, while scoring 16 times...Had a .403 slugging percentage and .342 onbase percentage...Had one sacrifice fly and 10 sacrifice bunts... Had a .916 fielding percentage with 35 put-outs, 74 assists and 10 errors in 119 chances...Had 10 multi-hit games...Had six games with multiple RBIs...Started all 18 games in South Atlantic Conference play...Finished with a .216 batting average with 11 hits in 51 at-bats...Had two doubles and one home run... Drove in eight runs, while scoring four times...Had a .314 slugging percentage in conference play and a .245 on-base percentage...Finished with a .932 fielding percentage with 13 put-outs, 42 assists and four errors in 59 chances. Personal: From Sebring, Florida...Attended South Florida Community College.

Kayla Clemens Career Statistics Year AVG GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%

2011 .285 50-50 144 16 41

7

2

2

25 58 .403 10

3

19

0

.342 1

10

0-0

35 74 10 .916

Career .285 50-50 144 16 41

7

2

2

25 58 .403 10

3

19

0

.342 1

10

0-0

35 74 10 .916

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Brittany Fowler

Sophomore • Outfield Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (Lexington HS)

2011 (Freshman): Played in 48 games, starting 48 times as a freshman outfielder for the Tornados...Finished with a .250 batting average with 41 hits in 164 at-bats...Recorded three triples and a home run...Drove in 15 runs, while scoring 23 times...Had a .305 slugging percentage and a .272 on-base percentage...Recorded six sacrifice bunts...Was six-for-eight in stolen bases...Finished with a .981 fielding percentage with 47 put-outs, four assists and one steal in 52 chances...Had nine multi-hit games on the season... Drove in multiple runs in four games...Scored multiple runs five times...Recorded her best game on Apr. 8 against Johnson C. Smith where she was 3-for-5 with two RBIs and three runs scored... Started all 18 games in South Atlantic Conference play as a freshman...Finished with a .158 batting average with nine hits in 57 at-bats...Drove in three runs, while scoring four times. High School: All Region Team in senior year of HS... Alternate for the All State Team in senior year of HS...Batted .307 in senior season at Lexington High. Personal: Daughter of Brent and Tracy Fowler... Attended Lexington High School in Lexington, South Carolina... From Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Year AVG GP-GS AB R

Brittany Fowler Career Statistics H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%

2011 .250 48-48 164 23 41

0

3

1

15 50 .305 4

1

10

2

.272 0

6

6-8

47

4

1 .981

Career .250 48-48 164 23 41

0

3

1

15 50 .305 4

1

10

2

.272 0

6

6-8

47

4

1 .981

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2012 BC Softball Player Profiles

Meredith Davenport

Sophomore • Infield/Outfield High Point, N.C. (SW Guilford HS)

2011 (Freshman): Played in 49 games, starting 47 times in her freshman year with the Tornados...Finished with a .266 batting average, with 34 hits in 128 at-bats...Had one double...Drove in 10 runs, while scoring 11...Had a .273 slugging percentage and a .288 on-base percentage...Recorded six sacrifice bunts... Was one-for-two on stolen base attempts...Finished with a .875 fielding percentage with 39 put-outs, three assists and six errors in 48 chances...Had nine multi-hit games...Had three multiple RBI games...Played in 17 games, starting 17 times in South Atlantic Conference play...Was third on the team with a .313 batting average in conference action with 15 hits in 48 at-bats...Drove in one run, while scoring once...Had a .313 slugging percentage and a .327 on-base percentage...Finished with an .889 fielding percentage with 14 put-outs, two assists and two errors in 18 chances. High School: All-conference selection in junior and senior year....All-state selection in junior and senior year...All-region selection in junior and senior year...All-district selection in junior and senior year....Best Offensive Player of the Year in junior season....Best Defensive Player of the Year in senior season...Hit .490 in high school. Personal: Daughter of Carlton and Sherry Davenport...Twin sister of Ally Davenport.

Meredith Davenport Career Statistics Year AVG GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%

2011 .266 49-47 128 11 34

1

0

0

10 35 .273 3

1

15

0

.288 0

6

1-2

39

3

6 .875

Career .266 49-47 128 11 34

1

0

0

10 35 .273 3

1

15

0

.288 0

6

1-2

39

3

6 .875

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Ally Davenport

Sophomore • Infield/Outfield High Point, N.C. (SW Guilford HS)

2011 (Freshman): Played in 25 games, starting 24 times in her freshman season...Finished with a .180 batting average with 11 hits in 61 at-bats...Drove in two runs, while scoring 11 times... Had a .180 slugging percentage and a .265 on-base percentage... Recorded three sacrifice bunts...Was a perfect one-for-one on stolen base attempts...Recorded her best game of the season on Feb. 19 against Columbia where she went 2-for-2 with an RBI and run scored and a stolen base...Played in one South Atlantic Conference game...Recorded two at-bats in conference play. High School: 2008 All-Conference selection....2009 All-Conference, All-District, and All-Region selections...Offensive Player of the Year...2010-AllConference, All-District, All-Region, and All-State selections...Offensive Player of the Year...Florence Gullickson Female Athlete of the Year...Set new school record hitting streak at 24 games. Personal: Daughter of Carlton and Sherry Davenport...Twin sister of Meredith Davenport.

Year AVG GP-GS AB R

Ally Davenport Career Statistics H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%

2011 .180 25-24 61 11 11

0

0

0

2

11 .180 7

0

14

0

.265 0

3

1-1

0

0

0 .000

Career .180 25-24 61 11 11

0

0

0

2

11 .180 7

0

14

0

.265 0

3

1-1

0

0

0 .000

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Emily Boykin

Sophomore • Catcher/Utility Chapel Hill, N.C. (Emerson Waldorf HS)

2011 (Freshman): 2011 All-SAC Second Team...Played in 29 games, starting 23 times as a freshman utility player for the Tornados in the 2011 season...Finished with a .239 batting average with 16 hits in 67 at-bats...Recorded three doubles... Drove in three runs, while scoring six times...Had a .284 slugging percentage and .297 on-base percentage...Recorded one sacrifice fly and two sacrifice bunts...Was a perfect one-for-one on stolen bases...Finished with a perfect fielding percentage with one putout in one chance...Had three multi-hit games...Recorded her best game of the season on Mar. 23 against Columbia where she was a perfect 3-for-3 with a double, driving in four RBIs...Played in 17 games, starting 17 times in South Atlantic Conference play...Recorded a .156 batting average with seven hits in 45 at-bats...Had one double... Drove in four runs, while scoring twice. High School: Lettered as a freshmen and sophomore starting catcher both seasons... Scholar Athlete as a freshmen and sophomore... Mid State 1-A, 2-A All-Conference as a freshmen and sophomore...Cedar Ridge High School Most Valuable Player as a sophomore...National Scouting Report All Tournament Team...Nominated to represent Cedar Ridge High School at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association CoachCaptain Retreat...Transferred to Emerson Waldorf as junior where there wasn’t a softball team. Personal: Daughter of James and Julia Boykin...From Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Emily Boykin Career Statistics Year AVG GP-GS AB R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO

GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A

E FLD%

2011 .239 29-23 67

6

16

3

0

0

9

19 .284 4

2

15

0

.297 1

2

1-1

1

0

0 1.000

Career .239 29-23 67

6

16

3

0

0

9

19 .284 4

2

15

0

.297 1

2

1-1

1

0

0 1.000

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Alyssa Miller

Sophomore • Pitcher Davie, Fla. (West Broward HS)

2011 (Freshman): Pitched in 24 games, starting 22 times as a freshman pitcher for the Tornados...Finished with a 12-10 record overall with 14 complete games and four shutouts...Finished with a 3.45 earned run average in 127.2 innings pitched...Recorded 99 strikeouts against 74 walks...Opponents hit .242 against Miller in 495 at-bats...Had two games with at least 10 strikeouts...Recorded shutouts against Milligan, Columbia, Hillsdale and Newberry... Pitched in eight South Atlantic Conference games, starting seven times in finishing with a 1-6 record...Had four complete games and one shutout in SAC competition...Had a 4.97 earned run average in 38 innings pitched...Recorded 17 strikeouts against 26 walks... Opponents recorded a .295 batting average in 156 at-bats. High School: 2010 Florida All-State First Team selection...2010 Broward County First-Team AllCounty selection...Awarded as the Sun Sentinel 2010 player of the year...Honored as The Herald’s 2010 Pitcher of the year...2010 La Ley Most Outstanding Senior Athlete award winner...2010 BCAA Scholar Athlete award winner..Was an AllCounty selection in all four years of high school... Had an earned run average of 1.08, while striking out 161 batters in 123 innings...She also sported a .465 batting average. Personal: Member of 2010 ASA Florida State Champions with the West Pines Diamond Dusters... Earned silver cord for service hours and gold cord for having a GPA higher than a 4.0...Daughter of Steve and Sharon Miller.

Year AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR 2011 .091 4-4 11 1 1 0 0 0 Career .091 4-4 11 1 1 0 0 0 Year era w-l app-gs cg sho sv ip h 2011 3.45 12-10 24-22 14 4/0 0 127.2 120 Career 3.45 12-10 24-22 14 4/0 0 127.2 120

Alyssa Miller Career Statistics RBI 0 0 r 79 79

TB 1 1 er 63 63

SLG% .091 .091 bb 74 74

BB 0 0 so 99 99

HBP 0 0 2b 20 20

SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 1 0 .091 0 0 0-0 7 37 5 .898 1 0 .091 0 0 0-0 7 37 5 .898 3b hr ab b/avg wp hbp bk sfa sha 3 9 495 .242 10 7 0 4 15 3 9 495 .242 10 7 0 4 15

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Brittany Tucker

Junior • Infield/Outfield Eden, N.C. (Patrick Henry CC)

High School: Tucker comes to Brevard from Eden, N.C. by way of Morehead High School and Patrick Henry Community College where she played under Kathleen Brown. She was a Second Team All-American Shortstop and was selected as the 2009 MVP, as well as being a three-time All-Conference player. She was also an All-Region and All-Academic selection. Off the diamond, Tucker was on the 2010-2011 Dean’s List. She is the daughter of Kent and Lisa Tucker.

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Heather Morris

Freshman • Outfield Black Mountain, N.C. (Owen HS)

High School: Morris comes to Brevard from Black Mountain, N.C. and Charles D. Owen High School where she played under Coaches Don McGeary and Lori Siemens. As a senior, she was voted Most Dependable. In addition to softball, Morris played volleyball at Owen. Among her achievements include the Warlassie Award, Golden Horseshoe Achievement Award, Offensive Award, Mission Sports Medicine Achievement Award and she was a three-time All-Conference selection. She is the daughter of Karen and Robert Morris.

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Alex Strickland

Freshman • Pitcher Hendersonville, N.C. (North Henderson HS)

High School: Strickland comes to Brevard from Hendersonville, N.C. and North Henderson High School where she played under Coach Jessica McCarson. She was a two-time MVP, three-time All-Area, three-time AllConference and four-time Kiwani’s All-Star selection with the Knights. She is the daughter of Priscilla and Craig Strickland.

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Crestin Walker

Freshman • Infield Forest City, N.C. (Chase HS)

High School: Walker comes to Brevard from Forest City, N.C. and Chase High School where she played under Coach Daniel Bailey. She received the Team Before Self award, Coaches’ Award and was an All-Conference and All-State selection. She is the daughter of Terri and Chad Walker.

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The South Atlantic Conference The South Atlantic Conference was founded in 1975 solely as a football conference. The league received its name from a contest in which Kurt Brenneman of Greensboro, NC became the first to submit the SAC-8 moniker.

South Atlantic Conference

The SAC-8 consisted of Carson-Newman College, Catawba College, Elon College, Gardner-Webb University, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Mars Hill College, Newberry College, and Presbyterian College. Dr. Fred Bentley, of Mars Hill College, was named league president for its inaugural year, by a vote of the member institutions.

www.thesac.com

In 1989, the league’s 15th year of operation, the South Atlantic Conference became a comprehensive, all-sports conference. That year the South Atlantic Conference sponsored 10 sports - football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis. Later the conference grew to 14 championship sports by adding women ‘s soccer (1990), men’s and women’s cross country (1993) and women’s golf (1999).

226 North Park Drive Gateway Plaza, Suite 130 Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: (803) 981-5240 Fax: (803) 981-9444

Commissioner........................................ Patrick Britz Asst. Commissioner/SWA.................... Elaine Kebbe Director of Strategic Communications. Eric Wieberg Director of Internal Operations.... Amanda Osburne Coordinator of Football Officials........ Jack Childress Coordinator of Volleyball Officials......... B.J. Willard Coordinator of Soccer Officials............... Paul James Coordinator of Basketball Officials........... Jim Burch Coordinator of Baseball Officials......... Gerald Trexler Coordinator of Softball Officials.............. Betsy Kidd

Commissioner Patrick Britz

and athletic philosophy. Since becoming eligible for NCAA Division II postseason play in 1993, the league has sent representatives from all of its sponsored sports to NCAA postseason play.

In July of 1998, Tusculum College was admitted as a member of the league, and Lincoln Memorial University began play in the conference in the 2006-07 academic year. The league membership now includes The South Atlantic Conference was composed of the same eight member institutions from 1975 until 1988, Brevard College in Brevard, N.C.; Carson-Newman in when Wingate University replaced Newberry College Jefferson City, TN; Catawba College in Salisbury, NC; Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, NC; Lincoln Memorial as the eighth member institution. Newberry later University in Harrogate, TN; Mars Hill College in Mars rejoined the conference in 1996. Hill, NC; Newberry College in Newberry, SC; Tusculum Today the conference is a group of nine private, liberal College in Greeneville, TN; and Wingate University in Wingate, NC. Anderson University in Anderson, S.C. and civic arts colleges and universities, similar in size became the league’s tenth member in 2010.

Membership At A Glance Anderson

Brevard

Carson-Newman

Catawba

Lenoir-Rhyne

Lincoln Memorial

Mars Hill

Newberry

Tusculum

Wingate

Nicknames: Trojans Location: Anderson, S.C. Enrollment: N/A Founded: 1848 Member Since: 2010-11

Nicknames: Railsplitters Location: Harrogate, Tenn. Enrollment: 3,254 Founded: 1897 Member Since: 2006-2007

Nicknames: Tornados Location: Brevard, N.C. Enrollment: 650 Founded: 1853 Member Since: 2008-2009

Nicknames: Lions Location: Mars Hill, N.C. Enrollment: 1,100 Founded: 1856 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Eagles Location: Jefferson City, Tenn. Enrollment: 2,200 Founded: 1851 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: N/A Location: Newberry, S.C. Enrollment: 850 Founded: 1856 Member Since: 1996-1997

Nicknames: Indians Location: Salisbury, N.C. Enrollment: 1,250 Founded: 1851 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Pioneers Location: Greenville, Tenn. Enrollment: 2,500 Founded: 1794 Member Since: 1998-1999

Nicknames: Bears Location: Hickory, N.C. Enrollment: 1,600 Founded: 1891 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Bulldogs Location: Wingate, N.C. Enrollment: 2,159 Founded: 1896 Member Since: 1988-1989

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2012 SAC Softball Preseason Information SAC Softball Coaches Select Lenoir-Rhyne as Preseason Favorite ROCK HILL, S.C. – Defending SAC softball champion Lenoir-Rhyne is a nearly unanimous pick to win the 2012 title by the league’s coaches, it was announced on Thursday.

2011 Preseason Softball All-SAC Team FIRST TEAM

Lenoir-Rhyne went 45-10 overall and 16-2 in league play in 2011, winning both the SAC regular season and Food Lion Tournament championships. L-R received all but one of the preseason poll’s first-place votes.

The Bears also lead the way with five selections to the preseason All-SAC Team – four on the First Team and one on the Second Team. Pitcher Dawon Millwood returns for Lenoir-Rhyne after posting 1.43 ERA and leading the SAC with an opponent batting average of .186 last season, earning the conference’s Pitcher of the Year Award. She is joined on the preseason All-SAC First Team by teammates Jessica Fellmeth at first base, Carlee Carpenter at second base and Jody Mizelle in the outfield.

C – Brianna Shoemake, Carson-Newman P – Mary Shealy, Carson-Newman P – Dawon Millwood, Lenoir-Rhyne 1B – Jessica Fellmeth, Lenoir-Rhyne 2B – Carlee Carpenter, Lenoir-Rhyne SS – Abby Child, Anderson 3B – Natalie Haithcox, Mars Hill OF – Brianna Mulkey, Lincoln Memorial OF – Jody Mizelle, Lenoir-Rhyne OF – Kim Whaley, Carson-Newman Utility – Kayla Myers, Catawba DP – Amber Duncan, Anderson

Carson-Newman is second in the preseason poll and will be led by three preseason first SECOND TEAM team All-Conference selections in catcher Brianna Shoemake, outfielder Kim Whaley and C – Brittany Barrineau, Wingate 2011 SAC Player of the Year Mary Shealy, who led the league with 36 pitching wins while P – Emily Huneycutt, Catawba also hitting .299 with 12 home runs. P – Elizabeth Johnson, Tusculum 1B – Allison Justice, Catawba No. 3 in the preseason poll is Wingate, which went 31-15 overall in 2011. WU is 2B – Ashley Roof, Newberry followed in the poll by Catawba, which will be led in 2012 by preseason All-SAC First SS – Bridget Eicher, Lincoln Memorial Team selection Kayla Myers at the utility position. 3B – Haily Jarman, Lenoir-Rhyne OF – Ashley McCurry, Mars Hill Tusculum is No. 5 in the preseason poll, followed by Lincoln Memorial – which received OF – Ashley Burke, Tusculum the other first-place vote – and Anderson. Tusculum and Anderson placed two student- OF – Brittany Fowler, Brevard athletes on the preseason All-SAC Team, while LMU has three spots. Utility – Chelsi Mallory, Brevard DP – Emily Boykin, Brevard Rounding out the poll is Mars Hill at No. 8, Newberry at No. 9 and Brevard at No. 10. Newberry landed one on the preseason All-SAC Team, Mars Hill had two and Brevard 2011 SAC PRESEASON had three. SOFTball COACHES POLL Rk Team Votes 1st The 2012 softball season is scheduled to get underway on Feb. 2 with Carson-Newman 1. Lenoir-Rhyne 99 (9) taking on St. Andrews Presbyterian. The 2012 Food Lion SAC Championship will take 2. Carson-Newman 84 place April 19-22 on the Tusculum campus. 3. Wingate 77 4. Catawba 71 5. Tusculum 57 6. Lincoln Memorial 48 (1) 7. Anderson 37 8. Mars Hill 34 9. Newberry 25 10. Brevard 18 (First place votes in parenthesis)

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2011 SAC Standings/Statistics

2011 SAC Standings & Statistics Overall Home Road

Conference School W-L-T PCT Lenoir-Rhyne 16-2 .889 Carson-Newman 14-4 .778 Catawba 12-6 .667 Wingate 11-7 .611 Tusculum 11-7 .611 Mars Hill 7-11 .389 Brevard 6-12 .333 LMU 6-12 .333 Anderson (S.C.) 4-14 .222 Newberry 3-15 .167

W-L-T 45-10 41-17-1 32-19 31-15 32-17 29-20 29-21 29-24 22-21 16-29

PCT .818 .703 .627 .674 .653 .592 .580 .547 .512 .356

2011 All-SAC Team

First Team

W-L-T 17-3 19-3 13-3 17-5 19-3 17-8 15-7 19-9 13-9 7-9

W-L-T 12-4 15-10-1 10-8 12-8 10-8 10-10 10-10 6-9 9-10 6-18

Neutral W-L-T 16-3 7-4 9-8 2-2 3-6 2-2 4-4 4-6 0-2 3-2

Second Team

Catcher - Brittany Barrineau, Wingate Pitcher - Emily Huneycutt, Catawba Pitcher - Allison Smith, Wingate 1st Base - Allison Justice, Catawba 1st Base - Ashley Seawell, Mars Hill 2nd Base - Taylor MacDonald, Tusculum Shortstop - Kat Rivers, Lenoir-Rhyne 3rd Base - Haily Jarman, Lenoir-Rhyne Outfield - Carly Sabat, Catawba Outfield - Brandi Haithcock, Lenoir-Rhyne Outfield - Brianna Mulkey, Lincoln Memorial Utility - Chelsie Hilbourn, Newberry Designated Player - Emily Boykin, Brevard

Catcher - Brianna Shoemake, Carson-Newman Pitcher - Mary Shealy, Carson-Newman Pitcher - Dawon Millwood, Lenoir-Rhyne 1st Base - Jessica Fellmeth, Lenoir-Rhyne 2nd Base - Carlee Carpenter, Lenoir-Rhyne Shortstop - Whitney Kee, Carson-Newman 3rd Base - Natalie Haithcox, Mars Hill Outfield - Leah Price, Carson-Newman Outfield - Khourtni Hester, Catawba Outfield - Jody Mizelle, Lenoir-Rhyne Utility - Kayla Myers, Catawba Designated Player - Amber Duncan, Anderson

COACH OF THE YEAR: Shena Hollar, Lenoir-Rhyne FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Danielle Swygert, Anderson PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Dawon Millwood, Lenoir-Rhyne PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Mary Shealy, Carson-Newman SCHOLAR-ATHLETE: Allison Smith, Wingate

2011 South Atlantic Conference Statistical Leaders Batting Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

K. Rivers, LR N. Haithcox, MHC L. Price, C-N C. Sabat, CAT B. Barrineau, WU B. Shoemake, C-N K. Whaley, C-N A. Seawell, MHC A. McArthur, MHC C. Carpenter, LR

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

B. Shoemake, C-N A. McArthur, MHC C. Sabat, CAT L. Price, C-N C. Carpenter, LR N. Haithcox, MHC A. Seawell, MHC J. Mizelle, LR K. Myers, CAT K. Whaley, C-N

Runs Scored 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

J. Mizelle, LR A. McArthur, MHC B. Shoemake, C-N C. Carpenter, LR A. McCurry, MHC E. Monteith, AU A. Terry, CAT K. Myers, CAT B. Mulkey, LMU 2 tied with 35 run(s) scored

Home Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

J. Mizelle, LR H. Jarman, LR M. Shealy, C-N K. Hester, CAT F. Taylor, NEW S. Atkins, LR 5 tied with 9 home run(s)

.414 .414 .403 .399 .399 .391 .388 .382 .382 .381 70 66 65 64 61 60 58 57 57 57 51 49 44 44 40 38 37 36 36 15 14 12 11 11 10

Runs Batted In 1. 2. 4. 7. 8. 9.

A. Seawell, MHC J. Mizelle, LR N. Haithcox, MHC M. Shealy, C-N W. Kee, C-N S. Atkins, LR H. Jarman, LR K. Hester, CAT E. Chavis, WU J. Fellmeth, LR

Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

B. Mulkey, LMU L. Price, C-N D. Wright, C-N J. Adams, LMU C. Sabat, CAT C. Hilbourn, NEW T. Sealey, LR A. McArthur, MHC C. Kelly, NEW J. Mizelle, LR

Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

M. Shealy, C-N D. Millwood, LR A. Smith, WU E. Huneycutt, CAT E. Johnson, TC M. Elmore, BC T. Morris, MHC B. Murray, CAT E. Searcy, TC C. Deer, AU

Innings Pitched 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 10.

M. Shealy, C-N M. Elmore, BC D. Millwood, LR A. Smith, WU C. Deer, AU F. Taylor, NEW B. Murray, CAT E. Huneycutt, CAT E. Searcy, TC E. Johnson, TC

50 43 43 41 41 41 39 38 37 37 39 29 28 21 16 15 15 12 11 10 36 24 21 18 17 17 14 14 14 14 322.1 209.2 195.2 191.2 188.0 176.0 166.1 163.1 160.0 157.1

Strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

M. Elmore, BC C. Deer, AU M. Shealy, C-N A. Smith, WU D. Millwood, LR E. Searcy, RC K. Gentry, LMU F. Taylor, NEW B. Murray, CAT A. Miller, BC

Appearances 1. 2. 4. 6. 8. 9.

M. Searcy, C-N C. Mudd, LMU M. Elmore, BC D. Millwood, LR E. Huneycutt, CAT K. Gentry, LMU C. Deer, AU A. Smith, WU F. Taylor, NEW B. Murray, CAT

Saves 1. 2. 3. 9.

C. Mudd, LMU K. Gentry, LMU D. Millwood, LR A. Brown, WU A. Smith, WU E. Huneycutt, CAT E. Johnson, TC M. Laxton, LR 6 tied with 1 save(s)

Earned Run Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

E. Johnson, TC D. Millwood, LR A. Smith, WU A. Brown, WU M. Elmore, BC E. Huneycutt, CAT T. Morris, MHC M. Shealy, C-N H. Light, MHC B. Murray, CAT

249 184 171 164 159 135 113 109 107 99 54 36 36 35 35 33 33 32 31 31 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

Team Batting Avg 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Lenoir-Rhyne Carson-Newman Mars Hill Catawba Lincoln Memorial Anderson Wingate Newberry Brevard Tusculum

Team Pitching ERA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Wingate Tusculum Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Brevard Carson-Newman Mars Hill Lincoln Memorial Anderson Newberry

Team Fielding Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tusculum Lenoir-Rhyne Carson-Newman Wingate Mars Hill Brevard Catawba Anderson Lincoln Memorial Newberry

.329 .322 .306 .294 .289 .284 .275 .260 .258 .252 1.92 1.95 2.20 2.38 2.39 2.52 2.74 2.98 3.13 4.04 .973 .972 .971 .967 .967 .959 .957 .955 .944 .936

1.16 1.43 1.50 1.74 1.77 2.10 2.11 2.28 2.45 2.48

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2012 Opponents Information Virginia Intermont Cobras Feb 16 @ Bristol, Va. - Feb. 12 @ Brevard General Information

Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls Feb. 9, @ Charlotte, N.C. - Mar. 18, @ Brevard General Information

Location:............................................................. Bristol, Va.

Location:....................................................... Charlotte, N.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1884

Founded:...................................................................... 1867

Enrollment:.................................................................... 600

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,630

Nickname:................................................................. Cobras

Nickname:........................................................ Golden Bulls

School Colors:..................................................Black & Gold

School Colors:.................................................. Navy & Gold

Home Stadium:.....................................Highland View Field

Home Facility:..............................................Biddleville Park

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Eric Senter

Affiliation:.....................................................NAIA Division I

Jovon Times

Head Coach

Conference:........................................ Appalachian Athletic

Head Coach

Kelli Porter Sr. * INF * 5-6

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:.........................Central Intercollegiate Athletic

President:................................................. E. Clorisa Phillips

President:............................................. Dr. Ronald L. Carter

Director of Athletics:............................................Chris Holt

Director of Athletics:............................. Stephen Joyner, Sr.

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(276) 466-7940

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 378-1205

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:....................................(704) 378-1205

Head Coach:........................................................ Eric Senter

Head Coach:......................................................Jovon Times

Alma Mater:........................................................................

Alma Mater:.............................. Oakwood University, 2001

Assistants:........................................................Sidney Burns

Assistants:......................................................Thomas Eaton

........................................................................ Hugh Godsey

......................................................................... Venessa Roy

Office Phone:...............................................(276) 466-7946 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 22-23 2011 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A

Samantha Smith Sr. * C/INF * 5-1

2010 League Record/Place:..................................... 7-9/4th

SID:................................................................... Nathan Keys

SID:............................................................... Lamont Hinson

Office Phone:...............................................(276) 466-7956

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 378-1118

Office Fax:....................................................(276) 466-7164

Office Fax:....................................................(704) 330-1426

E-Mail Address:................................... nathankeys@vic.edu

E-Mail Address:........................................lhinson@jcsu.edu

Web Site:............................................ www.viathletics.com

Web Site:................................. www.goldenbullsports.com

Belmont Abbey Crusaders February 11 - Brevard, N.C.

Pfeiffer Falcons February 18 - Misenheimer, N.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:........................................................ Belmont, N.C.

Location:.................................................Misenheimer, N.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1876

Founded:...................................................................... 1960

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,200

Enrollment:.................................................................... N/A

Nickname:............................................................ Crusaders

Nickname:................................................................ Falcons

School Colors:.................................................. Red & White

School Colors:..................................................Black & Gold

Home Facility:.......................................Abbey Softball Field

Home Facility:........................................... Jack Ingram Field

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Ellie Hanover Head Coach

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Amy Yates

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

Head Coach

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

President:........................................ Dr. William Thierfelder

President:.......................................................... Mike Miller

Director of Athletics:................................... Quin Monahan

Director of Athletics:............................. Mary Ann Sunbury

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 461-6809

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 463-3203

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:.................................................... Ellie Hanover

Head Coach:......................................................... Amy Yates

Alma Mater:................................................. Canisius, 1998

Alma Mater:..............................................Limestone, 2006

Assistants:............................................................. Jim Daley

Assistants:...................................................... Allie Marshall

...............................................................................Mike Self

..................................................................... Ray Harrington

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 461-6221

Carol-Anne Sherrill Jr. * INF * 5-4

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 330-1427 2011 Overall Record:.................................................... 8-31

2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 16-28

2011 League Record/Place:..................................8-12/t7th SID:..................................................................... Chris Poore

Melanie Conklin Sr. * P/OF * 5-6

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 469-7164 2011 Overall Record:................................................ 120-30 2011 League Record/Place:..................................8-10/t7th SID:......................................................................... Sean Fox

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 461-5049

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 463-3192

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:....................................................(704) 463-5051

E-Mail Address:...................................chrispoore@bac.edu

E-Mail Address:......................Sean.Fox@fsmail.pfeiffer.edu

Web Site:.....................................www.abbeyathletics.com

Web Site:.................................... www.gofalconsports.com

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2012 Opponents Information Milligan Buffaloes February 21 - Milligan, Tenn.

Alderson-Broaddus Battlers February 25 - Gaffney, S.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:....................................................... Milligan, Tenn.

Location:......................................................... Phillippi, W.V.

Founded:...................................................................... 1866

Founded:...................................................................... 1871

Enrollment:................................................................. 1,100

Enrollment:.................................................................... 650

Nickname:............................................................. Buffaloes

Nickname:................................................................ Battlers

School Colors:..............................................Black & Orange

School Colors:......................................... Navy, Gold & Grey

Home Facility:....................................................Anglin Field

Home Stadium:.............................................................. N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Wes Holly

Affiliation:.....................................................NAIA Division I

J.D. Long

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:........................................ Appalachian Athletic

Head Coach

Conference:............................ West Virginia Intercollegiate

President:........................................................ Dr. Bill Greer

President:................................................. Dr. Philip E. Cline

Director of Athletics:........................................... Ray Smith

Director of Athletics:............................................ J. D. Long

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 461-8900

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(304) 457-6262

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:......................................................... Wes Holly

Head Coach:........................................................... J.D. Long

Alma Mater:........................................................................

Alma Mater:.................................................................. N/A

Assistants:........................................................... Laken Fritz

Assistants:..........................................................Mike Torres

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Office Phone:...............................................(423) 461-8951

Brittany DiRobbio Sr. * OF

2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 32-19

2011 League Record/Place:..................................... 9-5/3rd

Hannah Copenhaver So. * OF * 5-4

SID:.......................................................................Matt Laws Office Phone:...............................................(423) 461-8980

Office Phone:...............................................(304) 457-6347 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:............................. sportsinfo@milligan.edu

E-Mail Address:.................................... mcginnispj@ab.edu

Web Site:........................................www.milliganbuffs.com

Web Site:.......................................... www.ab.edu/athletics

Young Harris Mountain Lions February 29 - Young Harris, Ga. General Information

Location:.......................................................... Gaffney, S.C.

Location:...................................................Young Harris, Ga.

Founded:...................................................................... 1845

Founded:...................................................................... 1876

Enrollment:................................................................. 3,300

Enrollment:.................................................................... 700

Nickname:...................................................................Saints

Nickname:................................................... Mountain Lions

School Colors:..........................................Royal Blue & Gold

School Colors:................................... Purple, Black & White

Home Facility:....................................... Saints Softball Field

Home Gymnasium:........................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Jimmy Martin

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Eric Geldart

Head Coach

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

Head Coach

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:.....................................................Independent

President:.....................................................Dr. Walt Griffin

President:............................................................ Cathy Cox

Director of Athletics:........................................ Mike Cerino

Director of Athletics:........................................Randy Dunn

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 488-8370

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(706) 379-5296

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:....................................(706) 379-5296

Head Coach:................................................... Jimmy Martin

Head Coach:...................................................... Eric Geldart

Alma Mater:........................................................................

Alma Mater:.......................................................... Roanoke

Assistants:.......................Amanda Kamekona, Donnie Elliot

Assistants:........................................................ Danny Rubio

.................................................................... Tiffany Tolleson

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Office Phone:...............................................(864) 488-4566 2011 Overall Record:...............................................24-30-1 2011 League Record/Place:....................................14-4/1st SID:................................................................ Joshua Darling

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2011 League Record/Place:.......................................... 9-11

Office Fax:............................................................................

General Information

Sr. * OF * 5-3

2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 21-21

SID:.................................................................. Pat McGinnis

Limestone Saints February 25 & 26 - Gaffney, S.C.

Jenna Guse

Office Phone:...............................................(304) 457-6266

Office Phone:...............................................(706) 379-5042

Jennifer Watford Sr. * INF * 5-4

2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 19-25

2011 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A SID:......................................................Michael MacEachern

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 488-8219

Office Phone:...............................................(706) 379-5106

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:..............................jdarling@limestone.edu

E-Mail Address:............................ mfmaceachern@yhc.edu

Web Site:............................... www.golimestonesaints.com

Web Site:......................................... www.yhcathletics.com


2012 Opponents Information Georgia College & State Bobcats March 2 - Milledgeville, Ga.

West Alabama Tigers March 4 - Florence, S.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:...................................................Milledgeville, Ga.

Location:...................................................... Livingston, Ala.

Founded:...................................................................... 1889

Founded:...................................................................... 1889

Enrollment:................................................................. 6,500

Enrollment:................................................................. 2,260

Nickname:................................................................Bobcats

Nickname:...................................................................Tigers

School Colors:............................Hunter Green & Navy Blue

School Colors:.................................................. Red & White

Home Stadium:........................................... Peeler Complex

Home Stadium:.......................................UWA Softball Field

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Jamie Grodecki

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Will Atkinson

Head Coach

Conference:........................................................ Peach Belt

Head Coach

Whitney Okvist Sr. * OF * 5-4

President:..............................................Dr. Richard Holland

Director of Athletics:...................................Wendell Staton

Director of Athletics:................................. Stan Williamson

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(478) 445-6341

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(205) 652-3784

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:................................................. Jamie Grodecki

Head Coach:.................................................... Will Atkinson

Alma Mater:............................... Alabama-Huntsville, 2000

Alma Mater:................................................ Lambuth, 1999

Assistants:.................................................. Brittany Bennett

Assistants:.............................................. Meghan Darhower

........................................................................... Kayla Lucas

............................................................... Rachael Maulorico

Office Phone:...............................................(478) 466-7946 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 15-35 2011 League Record/Place:..................................9-11/t6th

Kristen Skinner Sr. * RHP * 5-10

Office Phone:...............................................(478) 445-1779

Office Phone:...............................................(205) 652-3719 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

E-Mail Address:............................... alan.weston@gcsu.edu

E-Mail Address:......................................... klewis@uwa.edu

Web Site:........................................... www.GCBobcats.com

Web Site:........................................www.uwaathletics.com

Lander Bearcarts March 8 - Greenwood, S.C. General Information

Location:.................................................... Laurinburg, N.C.

Location:....................................................Greenwood, S.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1896

Founded:...................................................................... 1872

Enrollment:................................................................. 3,300

Enrollment:................................................................. 3,000

Nickname:.................................................................Knights

Nickname:...............................................................Bearcats

School Colors:....................................... Royal Blue & White

School Colors:..........................................Royal Blue & Gold

Home Facility:..................................... Knights Softball Field

Home Facility:................................................ May Complex

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

So. * INF * 5-6

2011 League Record/Place:................................. 11-13/7th

Office Fax:....................................................(478) 445-1790

General Information

Alyssa Carlson

Office Phone:...............................................(205) 652-3485 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 37-20 SID:....................................................................... Kyle Lewis

St. Andrews Presbyterian Knights March 5 - Laurinburg, N.C.

Head Coach

Conference:........................................................ Gulf South

President:.............................................. Dr. Stas Preczewski

SID:....................................................................... Al Weston

Elizabeth Burris

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Doug Spears

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas

Head Coach

Conference:..................................... Peach Belt Conference

President:................................................Dr. Paul Baldasare

President:...................................................... Dr. Daniel Ball

Director of Athletics:...................................... Glenn Batten

Director of Athletics:.............................................. Jeff May

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(910) 277-5556

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 388-8314

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Head Coach:................................................ Elizabeth Burris

Head Coach:..................................................... Doug Spears

Alma Mater:......................................................... Charlotte

Alma Mater:........................................................................

Assistants:........................................................Nicole Bailey

Assistants:..........................................................Dee Garner

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Office Phone:...............................................(910) 277-5428 2011 Overall Record:.................................................... 4-33 2011 League Record/Place:................................. 2-16/10th SID:.............................................................. Philip Ratchford

Brittney Sheriff Jr. * INF

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 388-8691 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 21-22 2011 League Record/Place:................................. 6-14/10th SID:..................................................................... Bob Stoner

Office Phone:...............................................(910) 277-5751

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 388-8962

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:....................................................(864) 388-8889

E-Mail Address:.............................. ratchfordpm@sapc.edu

E-Mail Address:................................... bstoner@lander.edu

Web Site:.......................................www.sapc.edu/athletics

Web Site:.................................... www.landerbearcats.com

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2012 Opponents Information USC Aiken Pacers April 11 - Brevard, N.C.

Winston-Salem State Rams April 15 - Winston-Salem, N.C.

General Information

General Information

Location:..............................................................Aiken, S.C.

Location:............................................... Winston-Salem, N.C.

Founded:...................................................................... 1961

Founded:........................................................................ 1892

Enrollment:................................................................. 3,300

Enrollment:................................................................... 6,442

Nickname:.................................................................. Pacers

Nickname:..................................................................... Rams

School Colors:.............................................Cardinal & Navy

School Colors:...............................................Scarlet & White

Home Facility:........................................... J.H. Satcher Field

Home Gymnasium:.......................Clarence E. Gaines Center

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Capacity:....................................................................... 3,200

Jerry Snyder

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

LaTaya Hilliard-Gray

Head Coach

Conference:........................................................ Peach Belt

Head Coach

Kayla Denham Sr. * OF * 5-4

Affiliation:..................................................... NCAA Division I

Conference:.......................................... Mid-Eastern Athletic

President:............................................ Dr. Thomas Hallman

President:.............................................. Dr. Donald J. Reaves

Director of Athletics:.................................... Randy Warrick

Director of Athletics:...................................... William Hayes

Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(803) 641-3486

Athletic Dept. Phone:................................... (336) 750-2141

Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Ticket Office Phone:........................................................N/A

Head Coach:......................................................Jerry Snyder

Head Coach:........................................... LaTaya Hilliard-Gray

Alma Mater:.............................................. USC Aiken, 1991

Alma Mater:................................................. Hampton, 2000.

Assistants:............................................................ Erin Ward

Assistants:...............................................Cheretta Stevenson

.....................................................................William Dyches

.....................................................................Kayla Woodbury

Office Phone:...............................................(803) 641-3462 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 26-18 2011 League Record/Place:..................................9-11/t6th

Nikki Lynch Jr. * INF * 5-5

Office Phone:................................................ (336) 750-8895 2011 Overall Record:....................................................29-14 2011 League Record/Place:..................................... 16-1/1st

SID:..................................................................... Brian Hand

SID:.................................................................... Kevin Manns

Office Phone:...............................................(803) 641-3252

Office Phone:................................................ (336) 750-2152

Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A

Office Fax:..................................................... (336) 750-8880

E-Mail Address:........................................ bhand@usca.edu

E-Mail Address:......................................mannskj@wssu.edu

Web Site:......................................... www.pacersports.com

Web Site:.............................................. www.wssurams.com

Mars Hill College Lions March 10 * Mars Hill, N.C.

General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:........................................................Mars Hill, N.C.

April 2, 2011 * Brevard, N.C. The Brevard College softball team split with South Atlantic Conference opponent, Mars Hill on Saturday afternoon. The Tornados put on a hitting display scoring five runs on nine hits to win the opener 5-1, but fell in the second game of the twinbill 3-1.

Founded:...................................................................... 1856 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,100 Nickname:.................................................................... Lions School Colors:..........................................Royal Blue & Gold Home Facility:................................................................ N/A Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Monica Gordy

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:..................................................Dr. Dan Lunsford Director of Athletics:...................................... David Riggins Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 689-1215 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:...................................................Monica Gordy Alma Mater:.......................................................... FIT, 2004

Game One Score by Innings R H E Mars Hill 000 010 0 1 4 2 Brevard 202 100 X 5 9 0 Win - M. Elmore (13-6). Loss - Hannah Light (4-5). E - A. Seawell; S. McGrath. LOB - Lions 4; Tornados 7. 2B - S. Woosley; T. Morris; C. Mallory. HR - C. Mallory. HBP - E. Boykin. SH - B. Fowler. SF - B. Jones.

Assistants:.......................................................... Megan Hall .............................................................................................

Natalie Haithcox R-Sr. * INF * 5-7

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 689-1320 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 29-20 2011 League Record/Place:................................... 7-11/6th SID:.......................................................................Rick Baker Office Phone:...............................................(828) 689-1363 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:........................................ rbaker@mhc.edu Web Site:..............................................www.mhclions.com

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Game Two Score by Innings R H E Mars Hill 000 021 0 3 6 0 Brevard 000 001 0 1 6 1 Win - T. Morris (12-3). Loss - A. Miller (11-5). E - B. Curlee. LOB - Lions 5; Tornados 5. 2B - S. Carlos. HR - A. McArthur; K. Dorsey. SH - S. Woosley; B. Fowler; B. Curlee; E. Boykin.


2012 Opponents Information Anderson University Trojans November 30 - Brevard, N.C. * January March 2813- Anderson, * Brevard, N.C. S.C.

General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:....................................................... Anderson, S.C.

March 18, 2011 * Anderson, S.C. The Brevard College softball team split in the South Atlantic Conference opening doubleheader on Friday afternoon. The Tornados dropped the first game to Anderson University 3-0, but they were able to salvage the finale by winning 1-0.

Founded:...................................................................... 1911 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,300 Nickname:.................................................................Trojans School Colors:..................................................Gold & Black Home Facility:................................................................ N/A Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Tommy Hewitt

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:...........................................Dr. Evans P. Whitaker Director of Athletics:...................................Nancy Simpson Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 231-2029 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Game One Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 000 0 0 6 1 Anderson 002 010 X 3 5 0 Win - Deer. Loss - M. Elmore. E - K. Dorsey. LOB - Tornados 7; AUSB 8. 2B - Child. SH - B. Jones; Jansky. SB - Monteith; Sieber.

Head Coach:.................................................. Tommy Hewitt Alma Mater:.............................................................Mercer Assistants:............................. Mike Thrasher, Matt Thrasher ....................................................................... Mickie Brown

Amber Duncan Sr. * P/INF * 5-11

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 231-2109 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 22-21 2011 League Record/Place:................................... 4-14/9th SID:................................................................... Randy Jones

Game Two Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 000 1 1 5 0 Anderson 000 000 0 0 2 0 Win - M. Elmore. Loss - Deer. LOB - Tornados 5; AUSB 3. 2B - B. Jones. HR - S. Carlos. SH - K. Dorsey. SB - Child.

Office Phone:...............................................(864) 231-2097 Office Fax:....................................................(864) 231-5601 E-Mail Address:................. rjones@andersonuniversity.edu Web Site:............................................. www.autrojans.com

General Information Location:....................................................Harrogate, Tenn. Founded:...................................................................... 1897 Enrollment:................................................................. 3,250 Nickname:..........................................................Railsplitters School Colors:................................................... Blue & Gray Home Facility:.....................................................Neely Field

Lincoln Memorial University Railsplitters March 17 * Brevard, N.C. Last Season’s Results vs. BC

April 6, 2011 * Harrogate, Tenn. The Brevard College softball team was able to sweep South Atlantic Conference opponent, Lincoln Memorial University on Wednesday afternoon. It took eight innings for the Tornados to take game one by a score of 3-0, and Brevard took the nightcap 4-3.

Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Dan Burns

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:........................................... Dr. B. James Dawson Director of Athletics:..................................... Roger Vannoy Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 869-6285 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.........................................................Dan Burns Alma Mater:.................................. Lincoln Memorial, 1974

Game One Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 000 03 3 9 1 Lincoln Memorial 000 000 00 0 3 3 Win - M. Elmore (14-7). Loss - K. Gentry (5-9). E - M. Elmore(2); B. Mulkey(5); S. Walz(5); B. Eicher(14). LOB - Tornados 11; LMU 5. SH - B. Curlee(5); K. Franz(6). SF - B. Curlee(3). SB - B. Mulkey(28); A. Knight(5). CS - J. Adams(5).

Assistants:...................................................Jennifer Connell .............................................................................................

Brianna Mulkey So. * OF * 5-6

Office Phone:...............................................(423) 869-6242 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 29-24 2011 League Record/Place:..................................6-12/t7th SID:.................................................................... Scott Erland Office Phone:...............................................(423) 869-6236 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:........................... scott.erland@lmunet.edu Web Site:.................................... www.lmurailsplitters.com

Game Two Score by Innings R H E Brevard 200 100 1 4 7 3 Lincoln Memorial 210 000 0 3 5 3 Win - M. Elmore (15-7). Loss - K. Gentry (5-10). E - B. Curlee(7); M. Elmore 2(4); B. Eicher(15); K. Franz(5); C. Christian(1). LOB - Tornados 8; LMU 7. 2B - B. Stuive(3). SB B. Mulkey 2(30); J. Adams 3(18); S. Walz(1); A. Knight(6); C. Christian(2).

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2012 Opponents Information General Information Location:........................................................Salisbury, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1851 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,250 Nickname:.................................................................Indians School Colors:........................................ Navy Blue & White

Catawba College Catawba Indians March 21 * Salisbury, N.C. Last Season’s Results vs. BC

April 3, 2011 * Brevard, N.C. The Brevard College softball team dropped a pair of games against Catawba College on Sunday afternoon. The Tornados were unable to score any runs in the opener as they fell 1-0 and then dropped the second game 6-1.

Home Facility:..................................Frock Athletic Complex Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Nan Whitley

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:................................................... Dr. Craig Turner Director of Athletics:.................................Dennis Davidson Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 637-4474 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A

Game One Score by Innings R H E Catawba 001 000 0 1 5 0 Brevard 000 000 0 0 5 1 Win - E.Huneycutt (12-7). Loss - M. Elmore (13-7). E - K. Clemens. LOB - Indians 9; Tornados 5. HBP - C.Sabat. SH L.Lewis; K. Clemens; S. Carlos.

Head Coach:..................................................... Nan Whitley Alma Mater:................................................ Catawba, 1974 Assistants:.................................................... Shane Prescott ......................................................................... Adrian Gantt

Kayla Myers So. * INF * 5-3

Office Phone:...............................................(704) 637-4359 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 32-19 2011 League Record/Place:................................... 12-6/3rd SID:........................................................................ Jim Lewis Office Phone:...............................................(704) 637-4720

Game Two Score by Innings R H E Catawba 140 000 1 6 5 0 Brevard 100 000 0 1 4 5 Win - B.Murray (11-8). Loss - A. Miller (11-6). E - B. Fowler; K. Clemens 2; B. Curlee; M. Elmore. LOB - Indians 5; Tornados 5. HR - C. Mallory. HBP - S. Carlos. SH - C.Baucom; K. Clemens. SB - C.Sabat; B.Allen.

Office Fax:....................................................(704) 637-5705 E-Mail Address:................................ jdlewis@catawba.com Web Site:............................... www.gocatawbaindians.com

Tusculum College Pioneers March 24 * Brevard, N.C.

General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:.....................................................Tusculum, Tenn.

March 29, 2011 * Greeneville, Tenn. The Brevard College softball team was swept by the Tusculum Pioneers on Tuesday afternoon in a twinbill hosted by Tusculum. The Tornados fell 5-0 in the opener, and Tusculum came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Brevard 4-3 in the second game of the doubleheader.

Founded:...................................................................... 1794 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,500 Nickname:.............................................................. Pioneers School Colors:..............................................Black & Orange Home Facility:...............................................Edmonds Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Fred Gillum

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:.................................................Dr. Nancy Moody Director of Athletics:...................................Frankie DeBusk Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 636-7300 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.......................................................Fred Gillum Alma Mater:...........................................Cumberland, 1986

Game One Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 000 0 0 3 0 Tusculum 140 000 X 5 7 0 Win - E. Searcy (11-7). Loss - M. Elmore (12-6). DP - Tornados 1. LOB - Tornados 5; Pioneers 5. 2B - S. Carlos(1); T. MacDonald(6); L. Umberger(4). SH - S. Ewing(6). SB - K. Stuckwish 2(6). CS - B. Cress(3).

Assistants:...................................................... Julie Huebner .......................................................................Neal Blakeney Office Phone:..............................(423) 636-7300; ext. 5131

Elizabeth Johnson Jr. * P/1B * 5-8

2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 32-17

2011 League Record/Place:..................................11-7/t4th SID:................................................................ Dom Donnelly Office Phone:...............................................(423) 636-7326 Office Fax:....................................................(423) 636-7370 E-Mail Address:...........................ddonnelly@tusculum.edu Web Site:............................... www.tusculumpioneers.com

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Game Two Score by Innings R H E Brevard 110 001 0 3 6 1 Tusculum 000 004 X 4 8 0 Win - E. Johnson (12-2). Loss - A. Miller (11-4). E - K. Clemens(7). DP - Pioneers 1. LOB - Tornados 3; Pioneers 9. 2B - K. Dorsey(5); B. Curlee(6); E. Boykin(2); S. Ewing(8). SH - B. Jones(3); K. Stuckwish(5). SF - A. Bagley(1).


2012 Opponents Information General Information Location:....................................................... Newberry, S.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1856 Enrollment:.................................................................... 850 Nickname:.................................................................Wolves School Colors:............................................... Scarlet & Gray Home Facility:................................................ Eleazer Arena Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Joe Elston

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:.............................................Dr. V. Scott Koerwer Director of Athletics:..................................... Brad Edwards Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(803) 321-5166 Ticket Office Phone:....................................(803) 321-5101 Head Coach:......................................................... Joe Elston Alma Mater:...................................... Warren Wilson, 1983 Assistants:............................................................................ .............................................................................................

Ashley Roof Jr. * INF * 5-8

Office Phone:...............................................(803) 321-5164 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 16-29 2011 League Record/Place:................................. 3-15/10th SID:.....................................................................Josh Manck Office Phone:...............................................(803) 321-5667 Office Fax:....................................................(803) 321-5169 E-Mail Address:........................Josh.Manck@newberry.edu

Newberry College Wolves March 28 * Newberry, S.C.

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

March 22, 2011 * Brevard, N.C. The Brevard College softball team swept the Newberry Wolves with the help of a stellar pitching performance by freshman, Alyssa Miller. Miller’s two-hitter in the second game of the twinbill sealed Brevard’s first sweep of a South Atlantic Conference opponent in their short stead as a SAC member. The Tornados won the opener 7-6 in eight innings, and took the nightcap 6-0. Game One Score by Innings R H E Newberry 030 100 20 6 6 4 Brevard 023 001 01 7 10 5 Win - M. Elmore (11-5). Loss - S. Jeffcoat (2-2). LOB - Wolves 6; Tornados 14. 2B - A. Gatewood; B. Curlee; B. Jones. 3B - A. Gatewood. HR - C. Kelly. SB - C. Hilbourn; C. Stevens; Chipoletti; A. Holley. Game Two Score by Innings R H E Newberry 000 000 0 0 2 2 Brevard 010 500 X 6 10 1 Win - A. Miller (10-3). Loss - A. Holley (3-5). E - C. Hilbourn 2; K. Dorsey. LOB - Wolves 6; Tornados 8. 2B - K. Clemens. 3B - F. Taylor. HR - B. Curlee. HBP - C. Kelly; B. Curlee. SH - K. Dorsey; E. Boykin. SB - A. Holley. CS - C. Kelly; F. Taylor.

Web Site:..................................www.newberrywolves.com

General Information Location:........................................................ Wingate, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1896 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,150 Nickname:...............................................................Bulldogs

Wingate University Bulldogs March 31 * Brevard, N.C.

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

April 9, 2011 * Wingate, N.C. The Brevard College softball team dropped a pair of games at Wingate University on Saturday. The Tornados fell 5-0 in the opener and dropped the second game by a score of 5-1.

School Colors:....................................Navy Blue & Old Gold Home Gymnasium:............................ WU Softball Complex Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Michelle Caddigan Head Coach

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:...................................................Dr. Jerry McGee Director of Athletics:.......................................Steve Poston Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 233-8194 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:............................................Michelle Caddigan

Game One Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 000 0 0 5 2 Wingate 010 220 X 5 5 0 Win - A. Smith (18-5). Loss - M. Elmore (16-8). E - K. Dorsey(5); B. Curlee(8). LOB - Brevard 6; Wingate 7. 2B Emily Chavis(8); B. Barrineau(6). HBP - B. Curlee; Ann Sautter. SH - K. Clemens(9); K. Pendley(17); J. Setzer(8). SB - J. Setzer(2); Loudermilt(3).

Alma Mater:......................................James Madison, 1989 Assistants:.....................................................Natalie Layden ............................................................................................. Office Phone:...............................................(704) 233-8174

Brittany Barrineau Sr. * C

2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 31-15

2011 League Record/Place:..................................11-7/t4th SID:............................................................. David Sherwood Office Phone:...............................................(704) 233-8186 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:.............................dsherwod@wingate.edu

Game Two Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 001 0 1 8 1 Wingate 100 040 X 5 3 0 Win - Ashley Brown (6-4). Loss - A. Miller (12-7). E - K. Dorsey(6). LOB - Brevard 8; Wingate 5. 2B - B. Curlee(8); Emily Chavis(9). HR - M. Sandidge(6). HBP - K. Pendley 2. SH - B. Fowler(5); K. Dorsey(16); H. Whitley 2(7); Gina Ager(4). SF - Emily Chavis(1).

Web Site:.................................. www.wingatebulldogs.com

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2012 Opponents Information General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:.......................................................... Hickory, N.C.

April 17, 2011 * Brevard, N.C. The Brevard College softball team dropped their season finale with #10 ranked Lenoir-Rhyne on Sunday afternoon as Sarah Carlos, Kayla Dorsey, and Martika Elmore were recognized in their last home doubleheader on Senior Day. The Tornados were unable to come back from an early 3-0 deficit as they fell 6-0 in the opener, and dropped the second game 6-4.

Founded:...................................................................... 1891 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,600 Nickname:................................................................... Bears School Colors:................................................... Red & Black Home Facility:.......................................... LRU Softball Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A

Shena Hollar

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Head Coach

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:................................................ Dr. Wayne Powell Director of Athletics:.................................. Neill McGeachy Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 328-7116 Ticket Office Phone:....................................(828) 328-7116 Head Coach:..................................................... Shena Hollar Alma Mater:................................................. Wingate, 1996 Assistants:.................................................. Kathryn Geouge ..............................................................................Kat Rivers

Jody Mizelle So. * INF * 5-5

Lenoir-Rhyne University Bears April 6 * Hickory, N.C.

Office Phone:...............................................(828) 328-7133 2011 Overall Record:.................................................. 45-10 2011 League Record/Place:....................................16-2/1st SID:.......................................................................John Karrs Office Phone:...............................................(828) 328-7174 Office Fax:....................................................(828) 267-3445

Game One Score by Innings R H E Lenoir-Rhyne 302 001 0 6 10 0 Brevard 000 000 0 0 2 1 Win - D. Millwood (21-4). Loss - M. Elmore (16-10). E - S. Carlos. DP - Bears 1; Tornados 1. LOB - Bears 7; Tornados 2. 2B - C. Carpenter; K. Rivers. 3B - J. Mizelle. HBP - C. Cockerham. SH - H. Jarman. SB - J. Mizelle; H. Brock. Game Two Score by Innings R H E Lenoir-Rhyne 022 110 0 6 11 0 Brevard 000 301 0 4 4 1 Win - M. Laxton (4-1). Loss - A. Miller (12-9). Save - D. Millwood E - K. Dorsey. LOB - Bears 9; Tornados 3. 2B - C. Carpenter; K. Rivers; B. Haithcock. 3B - K. Rivers. HR - K. Clemens. SH - S. Atkins. SB - J. Fellmeth.

E-Mail Address:.............................................karrsjd@lr.edu Web Site:................................................. www.lrbears.com

Carson-Newman College Eagles April 14 * Brevard, N.C.

General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:...............................................Jefferson City, Tenn.

April 13, 2011 * Jefferson City, Tenn. The Brevard College softball team fell in both games of a South Atlantic Conference doubleheader at Carson-Newman College on Wednesday afternoon. Despite taking an early lead in the opener, the Tornados fell 5-2. Brevard couldn’t get the bats going in game two as they dropped in 9-0 in five innings.

Founded:...................................................................... 1851 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,200 Nickname:.................................................................. Eagles School Colors:............................................... Orange & Blue Home Facility:............................................. Holt Fieldhouse Capacity:..................................................................... 1,200

Vickee Kazee-Hollifield

Head Coach

Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II

Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:........................................... Dr. J. Randall O’Brien Director of Athletics:.......................................David Barger Athletic Dept. Phone:.................................................... N/A Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:..................................... Vickee Kazee-Hollifield Alma Mater:....................................Carson-Newman, 1983 Assistants:...................................................... Nancy Branim

Game One Score by Innings R H E Brevard 010 001 0 2 6 0 Carson-Newman 030 110 X 5 7 0 Win - M. Shealy (31-10). Loss - M. Elmore (16-9). DP - Lady Eagles 1. LOB - Tornados 5; Lady Eagles 7. 2B - K. Clemens(6). 3B - L. Price(2). SH - K. Clemens(10); A. Hewitt(16); M. Shealy 2(5). SF - E. Boykin(1); S. Kelley(1). SB - L. Price(25); A. Hewitt(6); K. Whaley(6); D. Wright(25).

........................................................................Brianne Coon Office Phone:...............................................(865) 471-3424

Brianna Shoemake Jr. * C * 5-7

2011 Overall Record:...............................................41-17-1

2011 League Record/Place:.................................. 14-4/2nd SID:......................................................................Zeke Beam Office Phone:...............................................(865) 471-3513 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:........................................... zbeam@cn.edu Web Site:.............................................. www.cneagles.com

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Game Two Score by Innings R H E Brevard 000 00 0 1 2 Carson-Newman 101 7X 9 12 1 Win - M. Shealy (32-10). Loss - A. Miller (12-8). E - K. Dorsey(7); S. Carlos(8); S. Kelley(9). LOB - Tornados 2; Lady Eagles 9. 2B - W. Kee(13); S. Kelley(8). SB - L. Price 3(29); A. Hewitt(6); M. Shealy(2); D. Wright(27).


2011 BC Softball Season in Review The Brevard College softball team completed their best season under Coach Britne Stubbs, winning the most games since the Tornados joined the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference, seeing a player named to the Second Team All-Conference and winning their first Food Lion South Atlantic Conference tournament game as Brevard went 29-21, 6-12 in conference play in the 2011 season. Brevard achieved a winning record at the BC Softball Field, going 15-7 overall in front of the home fans as the offense was led by a duo of .300 hitters in junior catcher Chelsi Mallory and senior first baseman Sarah Carlos. Mallory hit .365 to lead Brevard and added a career high eight home runs in the game to go with 28 runs batted Chelsi Mallory looks for the sign from the in, while Carlos added a grand slam while hitting dugout during a game at the BC Softball Field .314 on the season. Kayla Clemens, Becca Curlee, Brittany Fowler and Brittany Jones also had career highs in multiple offensive categories to help the Brevard offense set several team records in the season. On the mound, senior Martika Elmore concluded her record-setting career at Brevard, finishing the regular season fourth in the NCAA in strikeouts with 249 on the season, while going 17-11 with a 1.77 earned run average on the season. Elmore added 26 complete games and eight shutouts, including a no-hitter during the season. Freshman Alyssa Miller also added a no-hitter on the season, going 12-10 on the year with a 3.45 earned run average and 14 complete games. Brevard won six of their first eight games, sweeping Southern Wesleyan, Milligan and Columbia College, while falling to USC Aiken. The Tornados opened up the season with a pair of victories over Southern Wesleyan as Elmore struck out 15 in her season debut, while Mallory belted a three-run shot in the second game to complete the sweep. After falling to the Pacers, Brevard responded with wins over the Buffaloes and the Koalas, with BC scoring 12 runs in the second game against Columbia, led by Clemens’ first collegiate home run.

The Tornados saw their winning streak snapped in the first game against Winston-Salem State, but responded by using the long ball as Mallory hit another three-run shot to put Brevard back in the wins column. The victory started another four game winning streak as Carlos came up big over the next three games, driving in six runs in the doubleheader sweep of Georgia College and State and added another two in the victory over Virginia Intermont.

After a pair of losses, BC began their longest winning streak of the season, taking seven consecutive games starting on February 27th against Pfeiffer University. Clemens started the winning streak, driving in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the seventh to give BC the 5-4 victory over the Falcons. Mallory and Curlee had big hits in support of Elmore and Miller in the close victories over Young Harris College,

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Becca Curlee lays out in foul territory after a fly ball


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giving way to Elmore’s first no-hitter of the 2011 season as the senior struck out seven in the game against Davis & Elkins. Miller won the nightcap of the series as the team headed to the Patriot Invitational.

Ally Davenport kept the win streak alive with a single up the middle in the ninth inning against Coker College, winning 3-2, and the streak reached seven as Kayla Dorsey drove in all three runs against Francis Marion to give BC a 2-0 record in the tournament.

Miller responded to a BC loss with her first collegiate no-hitter, striking out five against Hillsdale to improve BC to 18-7 as they headed into the conference schedule.

Martika Elmore in the midst of her wind-up as she fires a rise ball to the plate

Carlos’ solo home run against Anderson gave BC all the runs they needed in their first SAC win of the season. BC followed it up by making history at the BC softball field as the Tornados recorded their first conference sweep, taking both games from Newberry College as Curlee scored the winning run in extra innings in game one, while Miller fired a two-hitter in the second game to complete the sweep. Brevard would continue the season by sweeping Columbia for the second time in the season and added a second conference sweep in toppling Lincoln Memorial on the road in early April as they topped the Railsplitters 3-0 and 4-3. The Tornados would record their final wins of the regular season against Johnson C. Smith, setting a single game record with 20 runs in the first game against the Golden Bulls as BC blasted five extra base hits and scored nine runs in the third inning in the victory. Brevard would fall in their final contests of the season, but earned the seven seed in the 2011 Food Lion SAC tournament, drawing the host of the tournament for the second time as they took on two seed CarsonNewman in the quarterfinal round. The Tornados had dropped a pair to the Lady Eagles the week before, but came out with a fire as the pitchers matched zeros on the board until the top of the seventh when Mallory drove in Curleee with a single to centerfield and Elmore made the run stand by retiring the side for the BC Softball team’s first Division II postseason victory. Brevard fell in their next two games to end the season, but the team received several postseason accolades as designated player Emily Boykin was named to the All-SAC Second team, while Elmore led the conference in strikeouts per game with 8.65 and Mallory was the SAC’s leader in on-base percentage at 0.497. Though Brevard loses seniors Carlos, Dorsey and Elmore, the future remains bright as the team has improved their record each of the last four years and will look to once again battle in the conference and make it to the NCAA Regional tournament.

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2011 BC Softball Team

# 1

Name Sarah Carlos

2

2011 Brevard College Softball Roster

Alphabetical Roster

Pos. 1B

Ht. -

Wt.

Cl. Sr.

B/T L/L

Hometown/Previous School Eagle River, Alaska/Eagle River HS

14

Emily Boykin

Brittany Jones

OF

-

So.

R/R

Fort Mill, S.C./Nation Ford HS

1

Sarah Carlos

3

Brittany Fowler

OF

-

Fr.

R/R

Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA/Lexington HS 23

4

Becca Curlee

IF/OF

-

Jr.

R/R

Eagle River, Alaska/Chugiak HS

7

Kayla Dorsey

IF

-

Sr.

R/R

West Palm Beach, Fla./Palm Beach CC 12

8

Meredith Davenport

OF

-

Fr.

R/L

High Point, N.C./Southwest Guilford HS 8

Meredith Davenport

11

Martika Elmore

P

-

Sr.

R/R

Fayetteville, N.C./UNC-Pembroke

7

Kayla Dorsey

12

Ally Davenport

1B/OF

-

Fr.

R/L

High Point, N.C./Southwest Guilford HS 11

Martika Elmore

13

Chelsi Mallory

C/OF

-

Jr.

R/R

Mechanicsville, Va./Lee-Davis HS

18

Maddie Fletcher

14

Emily Boykin

C/UT

-

Fr.

R/R

Chapel Hill, N.C./Emerson Waldorf HS 3

Brittany Fowler

18

Maddie Fletcher

IF/OF

-

Jr.

R/R

Charlotte, N.C./Providence HS

2

Brittany Jones

20

Alyssa Miller

P

-

Fr.

R/L

Davie, Fla./West Broward HS

13

Chelsi Mallory

23

Kayla Clemens

P/3B

-

So.

R/R

Sebring, Fla./South Florida CC

20

Alyssa Miller

24

Chelsea Watson

UT

-

Jr.

R/R

Sevierville, Tenn./Gatlinburg-Pittman HS 24

Chelsea Watson

Head Coach/Senior Woman Administrator: Britne Stubbs (Queens University of Charlotte, 2005)

Assistant Coach: Shona Guevara (Lock Haven, 2005)

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4

Kayla Clemens Becca Curlee Ally Davenport


2011 BC Softball Season in Review

2011 Games Started by Position

2011 Results

Date Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 8 Mar. 8 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 12 Mar. 13 Mar. 13 Mar. 18 Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 23 Mar. 29 Mar. 29 Apr. 2 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 3 Apr. 6 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 17 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 21

Opponent Result Fowler - 44 @ Southern Wesleyan 2-0 W Jones - 4 @ Southern Wesleyan 3-1 W Dorsey - 2 @ USC-Aiken 0-1 L M. Davenport - 47 @ USC-Aiken 2-7 L Jones - 46 Miller - 2 Milligan (9 Inn.) 3-2 W Fowler - 4 Boykin - 1 Milligan 1-0 W Columbia 2-0 W Dorsey - 48 Curlee - 50 Columbia (5 Inn.) 12-0 W Fletcher - 2 Winston-Salem State 0-2 L Winston-Salem State 7-3 W Georgia College & State 6-5 W Georgia College & State 5-3 W @ Virginia Intermont 3-1 W Clemens - 50 Carlos - 50 Elmore - 28 DH: @ Virginia Intermont 1-4 L Miller - 22 Pfeiffer (8 Inn.) 2-3 L A. Davenport - 24 Boykin - 22 Pfeiffer 5-4 W Elmore - 4 Young Harris 5-4 W Miller - 2 Young Harris 4-3 W Fletcher - 2 Mallory - 50 Davis and Elkins (6 Inn.) 8-0 W Davis and Elkins 6-3 W vs. Coker^ (9 Inn.) 3-2 W vs. Francis Marion^ 3-0 W vs. #17 Rollins^ 0-8 L vs. Hillsdale^ 3-0 W Win-Loss Record When vs. Armstrong Atlantic^ 0-7 L Overall............. 29-21 After 6 leading..... 20-0 @ Anderson* 0-3 L Conference.......... 6-12 ....... trailing.... 0-17 Non-Conference...... 23-9 ....... tied........ 6-1 @ Anderson* 1-0 W Home games.......... 15-7 After 7 leading..... 0-0 ....... trailing.... 0-0 Newberry* (8 Inn.) 7-6 W Away games.......... 10-10 site........ 4-4 ....... tied........ 0-0 Newberry* 6-0 W Neutral Day games........... 28-21 After 8 leading..... 0-0 ....... trailing.... 0-0 @ Columbia 6-3 W Night games......... 1-0 vs Left starter..... 2-0 ....... tied........ 0-0 @ Columbia 10-9 W vs Right starter.... 27-21 1-Run games......... 12-5 Hit 0 home runs..... 19-18 @ Tusculum* 0-5 L 2-Run games......... 5-3 ... 1 home run...... 7-3 @ Tusculum* 3-4 L 5+Run games......... 4-9 ... 2+ home runs.... 3-0 innings....... 4-2 Mars Hill* 5-1 W Extra Shutouts............ 12-10 Opponent 0 home runs 20-14 ........ 1 home run. 8-4 Mars Hill* 1-3 L 0-2 runs.... 5-18 ........ 2+ HRs..... 1-3 Catawba* 0-1 L Scoring ....... 3-5 runs.... 14-3 ....... 6-9 runs.... 7-0 Made 0 errors....... 14-3 Catawba* 1-6 L ....... 10+ runs.... 3-0 .... 1 error........ 8-11 @ Lincoln Memorial* 3-0 W .... 2+ errors...... 7-7 0-2 runs... 18-3 @ Lincoln Memorial* 4-3 W Opponent ........ 3-5 runs... 9-10 Opp. made 0 errors.. 7-13 @ Johnson C. Smith 20-0 W ........ 6-9 runs... 2-7 ......... 1 error... 7-7 10+ runs... 0-1 ......... 2+ errors. 15-1 @ Johnson C. Smith 5-1 W ........ Scored in 1st inning 9-2 Out-hit opponent.... 23-2 Out-hit by opponent. 4-14 @ Wingate* 0-5 L Opp. scored in 1st.. 6-11 Scores first........ 18-2 Hits are tied....... 2-5 @ Wingate* 1-5 L Opp. scores first... 11-19 @ Carson-Newman* 2-5 L Record when team scores @ Carson-Newman* 0-9 L Runs 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ 0-10 3-4 2-4 7-2 2-1 5-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 #10 Lenoir-Rhyne* 0-6 L W-L #10 Lenoir-Rhyne* 4-6 L Record when opponent scores 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ vs. #2 Carson-Newman# 1-0 W Runs W-L 12-0 4-2 2-1 6-3 2-3 1-4 1-3 0-2 0-1 1-1 0-1 vs. #3 Catawba# 2-11 L Record when leading after vs. #8 Lincoln Memorial# 3-4 L Inn. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Final Record (29-21, 6-12 SAC) Home events are in bold. * - indicates SAC game ^ - indicates Patriot Invitational # - indicates SAC Tournament

W-L

6-1

9-1

13-1

20-0

0-0

0-0

2 4-14

Record when trailing after 3 4 5 6 7-18 5-18 2-17 0-17

7 0-0

8 0-0

Record when tied after 4 5 6 8-2 8-1 6-1

7 0-0

8 0-0

Inn. W-L

1 3-10

Inn. W-L

1 2 20-10 16-6

Inning-by-inning 1 Brevard College 25 Opponents 27

2 9 27

3 9-2 3 33 27

16-1

4 34 26

17-1

5 32 24

6 25 15

7 6 10

8 5 2

9 2 1

Total 171 159

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Batting Statistics Player Chelsi Mallory Sarah Carlos Martika Elmore Kayla Clemens Becca Curlee

AVG GP-GS AB R H .365 50-50 137 27 50 .314 50-50 137 13 43 .308 4-4 13 1 4 .285 50-50 144 16 41 .280 50-50 132 24 37 Meredith Davenport .266 49-47 128 11 34 Brittany Fowler .250 48-48 164 23 41 Emily Boykin .239 29-23 67 6 16 Kayla Dorsey .219 50-50 151 20 33 Ally Davenport .180 25-24 61 11 11 Brittany Jones .164 50-50 128 14 21 Maddie Fletcher .105 12-4 19 1 2 Alyssa Miller .091 4-4 11 1 1 Chelsea Watson .000 6-0 2 3 0 Totals .258 50-50 1294 171 334 Opponents .219 50-50 1259 159 276

2B 6 2 0 7 8 1 0 3 5 0 4 1 0 0 37 49

3B 2 2 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 14 7

HR 8 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 21

RBI 28 22 2 25 19 10 15 9 12 2 7 3 0 0 154 149

TB 84 55 4 58 53 35 50 19 41 11 33 3 1 0 447 402

SLG% .613 .401 .308 .403 .402 .273 .305 .284 .272 .180 .258 .158 .091 .000 .345 .319

BB HBP SO GDP 29 5 9 1 10 5 22 0 0 0 1 0 10 3 19 0 19 6 20 1 3 1 15 0 4 1 10 2 4 2 15 0 8 0 43 0 7 0 14 0 10 0 32 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 105 23 202 5 159 15 348 3

OB% SF .488 1 .382 0 .308 0 .342 1 .388 3 .288 0 .272 0 .297 1 .258 0 .265 0 .223 1 .150 0 .091 0 .000 0 .323 7 .312 9

SH SB-ATT 1 1-3 8 3-4 0 0-0 10 0-0 6 1-1 6 1-2 6 6-8 2 1-1 17 0-1 3 1-1 3 3-3 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 64 17-24 35 66-80

LOB - Team (328), Opp (314). DPs turned - Team (9), Opp (6). CI - Team (1), C. Mallory 1. IBB - Team (3), C. Mallory 3. Picked off - S. Carlos 1, K. Dorsey 1.

Pitching Statistics Player Martika Elmore Alyssa Miller Totals Opponents

ERA W-L APP CG SHO/CBO SV 1.77 17-11 36-28 26 8/0 1 3.45 12-10 24-22 14 4/0 0 2.39 29-21 50-50 40 12/0 1 2.54 21-29 50-50 34 10/0 2

IP 209.2 127.2 337.1 333.2

H R ER 156 80 53 120 79 63 276 159 115 332 170 121

BB SO 2B 85 249 29 74 99 20 159 348 49 104 202 36

3B 4 3 7 14

HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 12 764 .204 18 8 0 5 20 9 495 .242 10 7 0 4 15 21 1259 .219 28 15 0 9 35 16 1292 . 257 17 23 0 7 64

PB - Team (12), C. Mallory 12, Opp (5). Pickoffs - Team (1), C. Mallory 1, Opp (2). SBA/ATT - C. Mallory (66-78), M. Elmore (44-51), A. Miller (22-29).

Fielding Statistics Player C Chelsea Watson 3 Emily Boykin 1 Chelsi Mallory 394 Brittany Fowler 52 Sarah Carlos 332 Kayla Dorsey 159 Martika Elmore 77 Becca Curlee 143 Brittany Jones 58 Kayla Clemens 119 Alyssa Miller 49 Meredith Davenport 48 Maddie Fletcher 4 Ally Davenport 0 Totals 1439 Opponents 1478

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PO 3 1 369 47 312 97 6 47 48 35 7 39 1 0 1012 1001

A 0 0 24 4 9 54 67 88 6 74 37 3 2 0 368 416

E 0 0 1 1 11 8 4 8 4 10 5 6 1 0 59 61

FLD% 1.000 1.000 .997 .981 .967 .950 .948 .944 .931 .916 .898 .875 .750 .000 .959 .959

DPs 0 0 1 0 7 7 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 9 6

SBA 0 0 66 0 0 0 44 0 0 0 22 0 0 0 66 17

CSB 0 0 12 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 14 7

SBA% --- --- .846 --- --- --- .863 --- --- --- .759 --- --- --- .825 .708

PB 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 5

CI 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0


2011 BC Softball Season in Review

Brevard College Season Game Highs for Brevard (as of Jan 19, 2012) (All games) INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Individual Game Highs Batting

At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs:

5 3 4 4 4 4 2 1 1 6 6 6 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 8

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(5 games ) (5 games ) Brittany Fowler vs Winston-Salem State (Feb 20, 2011) Sarah Carlos vs Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Emily Boykin vs Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) Becca Curlee vs Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Kayla Dorsey vs Davis & Elkins (Mar 08, 2011) (14 games ) (16 games ) Chelsi Mallory vs Winston-Salem State (Feb 20, 2011) Chelsi Mallory vs Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) Chelsi Mallory vs Mars Hill College (Apr 1, 2011) Chelsi Mallory vs Lenoir-Rhyne Univ. (Apr 17, 2011) (4 games ) Kayla Dorsey vs Pfeiffer University (Feb 27, 2011) (7 games ) (17 games ) (23 games ) (7 games ) Brittany Jones vs Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) Fielding

Putouts: 16 Assists: 6 6 Errors: 2 Passed balls: 2 2 -

Chelsi Mallory vs Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Martika Elmore vs Georgia College & St (Feb 23, 2011) Kayla Clemens vs Wingate (Apr 09, 2011) (5 games ) Chelsi Mallory vs Pfeiffer University (Feb 27, 2011) Chelsi Mallory vs Rollins College (Mar 12, 2011) Pitching

Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac hits: Sac flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch: Caught stealing: Runners LOB:

Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples Homers Wild Hit

allowed: allowed: pitches: batters:

9.0 9.0 10 8 7 16 12 3 3 3 1 2 3 2 2 -

- Martika Elmore vs Milligan College (Feb 16, 2011) - Martika Elmore vs Coker College (Mar 11, 2011) Martika Elmore vs Catawba (Apr 21, 2011) Alyssa Miller vs Carson-Newman (Apr 13, 2011) Alyssa Miller vs Georgia College & St (Feb 23, 2011) Martika Elmore vs Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Alyssa Miller vs Carson-Newman (Apr 13, 2011) Martika Elmore vs Pfeiffer University (Feb 27, 2011) Martika Elmore vs Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) Alyssa Miller vs Lenoir-Rhyne Univ. (Apr 17, 2011) (7 games ) (4 games ) Martika Elmore vs Anderson University (Mar 18, 2011) Martika Elmore vs Armstrong Atlantic (Mar 13, 2011) Alyssa Miller vs Wingate (Apr 09, 2011)

Brevard College Season Game Highs for Brevard (as of Jan 19, 2012) (All games) TEAM GAME HIGHS

Team Game Highs

Batting

At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles:

35 20 16 12 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 23 23 7 7 14 5 1 3 3 3 3 14 1

-

vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs (7 vs vs vs vs vs (6

Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Davis & Elkins (Mar 08, 2011) Tusculum College (Mar 29, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Winston-Salem State (Feb 20, 2011) Davis & Elkins (Mar 08, 2011) Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) USC Aiken (Feb 12, 2011) Pfeiffer University (Feb 27, 2011) games ) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Johnson C. Smith (Apr 08, 2011) Newberry College (Mar 22, 2011) USC Aiken (Feb 12, 2011) Newberry College (Mar 22, 2011) games ) Fielding

Putouts: 27 27 Assists: 14 Errors: 5 5 5 Passed balls: 2 2 DPs turned: 1

-

vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs (9

Milligan College (Feb 16, 2011) Coker College (Mar 11, 2011) Georgia College & St (Feb 23, 2011) Newberry College (Mar 22, 2011) Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) Catawba College (Apr 3, 2011) Pfeiffer University (Feb 27, 2011) Rollins College (Mar 12, 2011) games ) Pitching

Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac hits: Sac flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch: Caught stealing: Runners LOB: Hit into DP:

Innings pitched:

9.0 - vs Milligan College (Feb 16, 2011) 9.0 - vs Coker College (Mar 11, 2011) Runs allowed: 11 - vs Catawba (Apr 21, 2011) Earned runs: 8 - vs Carson-Newman (Apr 13, 2011) Walks allowed: 7 - vs Georgia College & St (Feb 23, 2011) Strikeouts: 16 - vs Columbia College (Feb 19, 2011) Hits allowed: 12 - vs Carson-Newman (Apr 13, 2011) Doubles allowed: 3 - vs Pfeiffer University (Feb 27, 2011) 3 - vs Columbia College (Mar 23, 2011) 3 - vs Lenoir-Rhyne Univ. (Apr 17, 2011) Triples allowed: 1 - (7 games ) Homers allowed: 3 - vs Catawba (Apr 21, 2011) Wild pitches: 3 - vs Anderson University (Mar 18, 2011) Hit batters: 2 - vs Armstrong Atlantic (Mar 13, 2011) 2 - vs Wingate (Apr 09, 2011)

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Individual Single Game Records (Since 2008) At-Bats 1. 5................................. Sixteen players with five at-bats in a game Runs scored 1. 3............................... 15 players with three runs scored in a game Hits 1. 4........................Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 15, 2009, Virginia Intermont 4..................... Kristina Clayton, Mar. 9, 2010, Southern Wesleyan 4..................... Kristina Clayton, Feb. 12, 2009, Virginia Intermont 4....................... Kristina Clayton, Apr. 22, 2010, Montreat College 4.................. Brittany Fowler, Feb. 20, 2011, Winston-Salem State 5. 3................................................. Forty-eight with 3 hits in a game Doubles 1. 3........ Chelsi Mallory, Mar. 25, 2010, Western Carolina University 2. 2.............................................. Fourteen with 2 doubles in a game Triples 1. 1...................................... Twenty-five tied with 1 triple in a game Home Runs 1. 2......................... Amber Clontz, Apr. 16, 2008, North Greeneville 2. 1................................................ Forty with 1 home run in a game Runs Batted In 1. 5.......................... Katie Brown, Feb. 12, 2009, Virginia Intermont 2. 4.......................... Becca Curlee, Mar. 31, 2010, Tusculum College 4............................. Brittany Jones, Mar. 5, 2010, Belmont Abbey 4.......................... Chelsi Mallory, Mar. 7, 2009, Montreat College 4....... Maddie Fletcher, Apr. 8, 2009, Lincoln Memorial University 4........... Amber Clontz, Feb. 29, 2008, Mountain State University 4......................... Amber Clontz, Apr. 22, 2008, Montreat College 4........................... Sarah Carlos, Feb. 19, 2011, Columbia College 4.......................... Emily Boykin, Mar. 23, 2011, Columbia College 4............ Becca Curlee, Apr. 8, 2011, Johnson C. Smith University Walks 1. 3........................... Beth Brooker, Apr. 22, 2008, Montreat College 3............. Beth Brooker, Feb. 29, 2008, Mountain State University 3...................... Lindsay Morgan, Feb. 14, 2008, Montreat College 3............... Chelsi Mallory, Apr. 17, 2011, Lenoir-Rhyne University 5. 2...................................... Thirty-eight tied with 2 walks in a game Hit By Pitch 1. 2.......................... Becca Curlee, Apr. 24, 2009, Newberry College 2. 1..................................... Fifty-seven with 1 hit by pitch in a game Strikeouts 1. 5................................. Sarah Carlos, Mar. 6, 2010, Fairmont State 2. 3....................................... Twelve with three strikeouts in a game Sacrifice Hits 1. 3.......................... Kayla Dorsey, Feb. 27, 2011, Pfeiffer University 2. 2...................................... Eleven with two sacrifice hits in a game SAcrifice Flies 1. 1................................... Twenty-five with 1 Sacrifice Fly in a game

Stolen Bases 1. 2....................... Jennifer Brown, Apr. 22, 2008, Montreat College 2....................... Kristina Clayton, Feb. 2, 2008, Pfeiffer University 2.......... Lindsay Morgan, Apr. 12, 2008, Tusculum College (Gm. 1) 2.......... Lindsay Morgan, Apr. 12, 2008, Tusculum College (Gm. 2) 5. 1..................................... Eighty-four with 1 stolen base in a game Caught Stealing 1. 1............................. Twenty-four with 1 caught stealing in a game Innings Pitched 1. 9.0.................. Martika Elmore, Apr. 10, 2010, Wingate University 9.0........................... Jennifer Gift, Feb. 24, 2008, Milligan College 9.0...................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 16, 2011, Milligan College 9.0......................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 11, 2011, Coker College 5. 8.1.............................. Liz Houser, Mar. 7, 2009, Montreat College 8.1............................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 12, 2011, USC Aiken 7. 8.0.............................................. Ten tied with 8.0 innings pitched Hits Allowed 1. 17........................... Jennifer Gift, Mar. 30, 2009, Catawba College 2. 16........................... Jennifer Gift, Mar. 26, 2008, Catawba College 3. 13.............................. Liz Houser, Apr. 20, 2010, Truett McConnell 13......................... Jennifer Gift, Mar. 24, 2009, Newberry College 13......................... Jennifer Gift, Apr. 2, 2008, Wingate University 13............................. Jennifer Gift, Apr. 14, 2009, Milligan College 7. 12................................... Five tied with 12 hits allowed in a game Runs given up 1. 12........................... Jennifer Gift, Apr. 5, 2009, Limestone College 2. 11........................... Jennifer Gift, Mar. 26, 2008, Catawba College 3. 10...................... Martika Elmore, Apr. 21, 2011, Catawba College 4. 9............................ Eight with nine runs given up in a game Earned Runs given up 1. 10........................... Jennifer Gift, Mar. 30, 2009, Catawba College 2. 9............................ Jennifer Gift, Mar. 29, 2008, Mars Hill College 9................. Jennifer Gift, Apr. 16, 2009, Carson-Newman College 4. 8.................. Eight tied with eight earned runs allowed in a game Walks given up 1. 7................. Alyssa Miller, Feb. 23, 2011, Georgia College & State 2. 6.................... Martika Elmore, Apr. 10, 2010, Wingate University 6............. Martika Elmore, Apr. 17, 2010, Lenoir-Rhyne University 6............................ Jennifer Gift, Apr. 2, 2008, Wingate University 6.................................. Martika Elmore, Feb. 12, 2011, USC Aiken 6..................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 26, 2011, Virginia Intermont 7. 5........................... Nineteen tied at five walks given up in a game Strikeouts 1. 16................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 9, 2010, Southern Wesleyan 16..................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 19, 2011, Columbia College 3. 15................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 27, 2010, Virginia Intermont 15.......................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 6, 2010, Fairmont State 15................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 9, 2011, Southern Wesleyan 6. 13............................ Jennifer Gift, Feb. 26, 2008, Milligan College 13....................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 21, 2010, Milligan College 13................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 26, 2011, Virginia Intermont 9. 12............................................. Four with 12 strikeouts in a game Doubles given up 1. 5..................... Liz Houser, Apr. 18, 2009, Lenoir-Rhyne University 2. 4.......................................... Nine tied with four doubles given up

Home Runs given up 1. 4..................................... Jennifer Gift, Apr. 20, 2009, King College 2. 3............................ Martika Elmore, Mar. 6, 2010, Fairmont State 3............... Liz Houser, Mar. 25, 2010 Western Carolina University 4. 2............... Aimee Rogers, Mar. 30, 2008, Lenoir-Rhyne University 2................... Jennifer Gift, Apr. 8, 2008, Carson-Newman College 2............................ Jennifer Gift, Apr. 12, 2008, Tusculum College 2................................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 3, 2010, USC-Aiken 2................. Martika Elmore, Feb. 20, 2011, Winston-Salem State 2.................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 13, 2011, Armstrong Atlantic 2........................ Martika Elmore, Apr. 21, 2011, Catawba College 2..................... Alyssa Miller, Feb. 20, 2011, Winston-Salem State Wild Pitches 1. 4............ Martika Elmore, Apr. 14, 2010, Carson-Newman College 2. 3.................. Martika Elmore, Mar. 18, 2011, Anderson University 3. 2........... Jennifer Gift, Apr. 18, 2009, Lincoln Memorial University 2........................ Alyssa Miller, Mar. 2, 2011, Young Harris College 2............................ Alyssa Miler, Apr. 9, 2011, Wingate University 2 ..................... Martika Elmore, Apr. 9, 2011, Wingate University 2............ Martika Elmore, Apr. 13, 2011, Carson-Newman College 2 ............ Martika Elmore, Apr. 17, 2011, Lenoir-Rhyne University 9. 1............................ Thirty-nine tied with one wild pitch in a game Hit By Pitch Given up 1. 2..................... Liz Houser, Apr. 18, 2009, Lenoir-Rhyne University 2..................... Martika Elmore, Feb. 10, 2010, Limestone College 2....................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 27, 2010, Catawba College 2.................... Martika Elmore, Mar. 13, 2011, Armstrong Atlantic 2........................... Alyssa Miller, Apr. 9, 2011, Wingate University 6. 1......... Thirty-seven tied with one hit by pitch given up in a game Putouts 1. 16..................... Chelsi Mallory, Mar. 9, 2010, Southern Wesleyan 16.................... Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 27, 2010, Viriginia Intermont 16....................... Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 19, 2011, Columbia College 4. 15............................. Chelsi Mallory, Mar. 6, 2010, Fairmont State 15..................... Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 9, 2011, Southern Wesleyan 15..................... Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 26, 2011, Virginia Intermont 7. 14............................ Katie Brown, Feb. 24, 2008, Milligan College 8. 13......................... Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 21, 2010, Milligan College 6. 12......................................... Nine tied with 12 putouts in a game Assists 1. 7...................... Kristina Clayton, Apr. 2, 2008, Wingate University 2. 6...... Kristina Clayton, Feb. 16, 2008, Lees-McRae College (Gm. 1) 6...... Kristina Clayton, Feb. 16, 2008, Lees-McRae College (Gm. 2) 6......................... Maddie Fletcher, Apr. 4, 2009, Mars Hill College 6................... Maddie Fletcher, Apr. 10, 2010, Wingate University 6............. Martika Elmore, Feb. 23, 2011, Georgia College & State 6........................ Kayla Clemens, Apr. 9, 2011, Wingate University 8. 5.......................................... Seven tied with five assists in a game Errors 1. 3............. Jennifer Brown, Mar. 30, 2008, Lenoir-Rhyne University 3...................... Jennifer Brown, Feb. 15, 2009, Virginia Intermont 3......... Kristina Clayton, Feb. 29, 2008, Mountain State University 4. 2..................................... Twenty-one tied with 2 errors in a game Passed Balls 1. 3........................... Chelsi Mallory, Apr. 15, 2010, North Greenville 2. 2........................ Chelsi Mallory, Feb. 27, 2011, Pfeiffer University 2............................. Chelsi Mallory, Mar. 12, 2011, Rollins College 4. 1.................................... Sixteen tied with 1 passed ball in a game

Triples given up 1. 1................................ Thirty-nine with 1 triple given up in a game

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Individual Single Season Records (Since 2004) At-Bats 1. 164 ............................................................. Brittany Fowler, 2011 2. 157.................................................................. Lori Mcgeary, 2004 3. 155.................................................................. Lori Mcgeary, 2005 4. 152....................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005 5. 151.............................................................. Kristina Clayton, 2010 151 .................................................................. Kayla Dorsey, 2011 7. 150................................................................. Rose Johnson, 2004 8. 144 ............................................................... Kayla Clemens, 2011 9. 141................................................................ Chelsi Mallory, 2010 141................................................................. Jenelle Trifon, 2005

Runs Batted In

On-base percentage (since 2008 season)

1.

28 .................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011

1.

.488 .............................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011

2.

25......................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005

2.

.429............................................................... Chelsi Mallory. 2010

3.

.388 ................................................................ Becca Curlee, 2011

4.

.382 ................................................................. Sarah Carlos, 2011

25 .................................................................. Kayla Clemens, 2011

4.

24.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2010

5.

23.................................................................. Bonnie Adams, 2005

6.

22.................................................................. Bonnie Adams, 2004

5.

.376................................................................. Beth Brooker, 2009

22 .................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2011

6.

.371.................................................................. Kasey Fagan, 2009

8.

21.............................. Five with 21 runs batted in during a season

7.

.358............................................................. Kristina Clayton, 2009

8.

.344............................................................ Katie Thornburg, 2008

.344.................................................................. Sarah Carlos, 2009

Total Bases Batting average (min 80 at-bats) 1. .383............................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2010 2. .376................................................................ Jenelle Trifon, 2005 3. .374......................................................... Vanessa Marlowe, 2005 4. .365............................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2011 5. .341................................................................. Beth Brooker, 2009 .341................................................................. Ashley Huezo, 2005 7. .336....................................................................... C.J Jascur, 2005 .336.................................................................. Jenny Rollier, 2005 9. .333.................................................................... Ashley Rice, 2004 10. .318................................................................. Lori Mcgeary, 2004 Runs scored 1. 30................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005 2 29.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2004 3. 27... .............................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011 4. 26................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2010 26................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2009 6. 25.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2005 25.................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2009 8. 24..................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2005 24 ................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2011 10. 23...................................... Three with 23 runs scored in a season Hits 1. 54.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2010 2. 53................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005 3. 51...................................................................... Jenny Rolier, 2005 4. 50.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2004 50.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011 6. 45............................................................... Kristina Clayton, 2010 7. 44.................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2009 44................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2009 9. 43.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2005 43..................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2011 Doubles 1. 22.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2010 2. 15......................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005 3. 12.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2009 12.................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2006 5. 11................................................................... Heidi Morgan, 2004 6. 10................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005 10..................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2005 8. 9............................................................ Three tied with 9 doubles Triples 1. 4...................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2005 4.................................................................... Brittany Jones, 2011 3. 3............................................................. Krystal Westnedge, 2005 3 .................................................................. Brittany Fowler, 2011 5 2........................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005 2..................................................................... Amber Clontz, 2005 2.................................................................... Bonnie Adams, 2004 2.............................................................., Vanessa Marlowe, 2004 2 .................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011 2 ...................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2011 2 .................................................................. Kayla Clemens, 2011 Home Runs 1. 8.................................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2011 2. 4....................................................................... Kasey Fagan, 2009 3. 3.................................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2009 3.................................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2010 3....................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2010 3..................................................................... Heidi Morgan, 2006 7. 2...................................................... Eleven tied with 2 home runs

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1.

87.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2010

10. .342 .............................................................. Kayla Clemens, 2011

2.

84 ................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011

3.

73......................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005

4.

65................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005

Sacrifice Hits

5.

59.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2004

1.

17 .................................................................... Kayla Dorsey, 2011

59.................................................................. Bonnie Adams, 2004

2.

10................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2008

7.

58.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2009

58 ................................................................. Kayla Clemens, 2011

10 ................................................................ Kayla Clemens, 2011

9.

55......................................... Four with 55 total bases in a season

4.

8................................................................. Kristen Tettemer, 2008

8..................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2009

Slugging Percentage

8 ...................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2011

1.

.617............................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2010

7.

7...................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2009

2.

.613 .............................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011

7.................................................................. Kristina Clayton, 2009

3.

.516.................................................................. Jenny Rollier, 2006

4.

.500.................................................................. Jenny Rollier, 2005

9.

6........................................ Eight with six sacrifice hits in a season

5.

.480...................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005

6.

.462.................................................................. Kasey Fagan, 2009

SAcrifice Flies

7.

.461................................................................ Jenelle Trifon, 2005

1.

.461..........................................................Vanessa Marlowe, 2004

2.

9.

.450.............................................................. Bonnie Adams, 2004

3 ..................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2011

4.

2................................................... Seven tied with 2 sacrifice flies

10. .433............................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2009 Walks

4.................................................................... Bonnie Adams, 2005 3...................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2009

Stolen Bases

1.

29 ................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011

2.

19 ................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2011

1.

13................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005

3.

18.................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2006

2.

12.................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2005

4.

15..................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2009

12.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2005

5.

14................................................................... Rose Johnson, 2004

4.

11................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2008

6.

13.................................................................. Bonnie Adams, 2005

13.................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2008

13............................................................... Maddie Fletcher, 2010

9.

11............................................................... Lindsay Morgan, 2008

6.

8................................................................... Bonnie Adams, 2004

12................................................................... Heidi Morgan, 2004

7.

6...................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2006

12.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2009

6...................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2004

Hit By Pitch 1.

6 ..................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2011

2.

5....................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2005

5 ................................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2011

5 ...................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2011

5.

6 .................................................................. Brittany Fowler, 2011

9.

5......................................................... Three tied at 5 stolen bases

Stolen Base Attempts 1.

18..................................................................... Jenny Rollier, 2005

4...................................................................... Lori Mcgeary. 2004

2.

15................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005

4..................................................................... Jenelle Trifon. 2005

3.

14................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2008

4....................................................................... Kasey Fagon, 2009

14............................................................... Lindsay Morgan, 2008

4....................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2010

5.

13.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2005

9.

3................................................................. Katie Thornburg, 2009

3...................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2009

6.

10.................................................................. Bonnie Adams, 2004

3 ................................................................... Kayla Clemens, 2011

7.

8 .................................................................. Brittany Fowler, 2011

8.

7..................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2006 7...................................................................... Beth Brooker, 2006

Strikeouts

1.

43 .................................................................... Kayla Dorsey, 2011

10. 6...................................................... Six tied with 6 steal attempts

2.

36............................................................... Katie Thornburg, 2009

3.

33.................................................................... Lori Mcgeary, 2004

4.

32 ................................................................. Brittany Jones, 2011

5.

30................................................................... Rose Johnson, 2004

6.

29..................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2008

7.

28..................................................................... Kayla Dorsey, 2010

28.................................................................. Brittany Jones, 2010

28................................................................. Jennifer Brown, 2008

10. 27....................................................... Four tied with 27 strikeouts


Individual Single Season Records (Since 2004) EArned Run Average 1. 1.55.............................................................. Rachel Howard, 2005 2. 1.77 ............................................................ Martika Elmore, 2011 3. 1.85............................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2005 4. 2.03.............................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 5. 2.93............................................................. Martika Elmore, 2010 6. 2.95...................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 7. 3.21................................................................ Susan Wynne, 2004 8. 3.45 ................................................................. Alyssa Miller, 2011 9. 3.56............................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 10. 4.06.................................................................. Jennifer Gift, 2010 Appearances 1. 36 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 34................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 3. 32..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 4. 29................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 5. 28................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2005 28................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 28..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 8. 24................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2005 24 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 10. 23....................................... Two with 23 appearances in a season Games Started 1. 28 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 26................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 3. 25................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 4. 23................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 23................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 23..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 7. 22..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 22 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 9. 21......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 10. 20................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2005 Complete Games 1. 26 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 24................................................................ Rachel Howard, 2004 3. 21............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2010, 21..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 5. 20..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 6. 19................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 7. 18................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 8. 17................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2005 9. 16......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 10. 14 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 Shutouts 1. 8 ................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 5................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2005 3. 4.................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2010 4.......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 4.................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2005 4 ...................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 7. 3.................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2006 3....................................................................... Jennfier Gift, 2008 9. 2................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2005 2..................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 Saves 1. 6................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2005 2. 2................................................................... Steph Giannett, 2005 3. 1....................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 1................................................................... Martika Elmore 2010 1 ................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2011 Innings Pitched 1. 209.2 .......................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 174.2.......................................................... Martika Elmore, 2010 3. 172............................................................... Rachel Howard, 2004 4. 166................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 5. 155................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 6. 145.1 .......................................................... Steph Giannetti, 2006 7. 135.1............................................................ Rachel Howard, 2005 8. 135................................................................. Susan Wynne, 2004 9. 132.2.................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 10. 128.1........................................................... Steph Giannetti, 2005 Hits Allowed 1. 218................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 2. 203................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 3. 177................................................................. Susan Wynne, 2004 4. 158.............................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2006 5. 157............................................................... Rachel Howard, 2004 6. 156 ............................................................ Martika Elmore, 2011 7. 142....................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 142.............................................................. Martika Elmore, 2010 9. 131............................................................... Rachel Howard, 2005 10. 126................................................................. Aimee Rogers, 2008

Runs given up 1. 127................................................................... Jennifer GIft, 2008 127................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 3. 89................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 4. 84................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 5. 82................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2006 6. 80 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 7. 79 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 8. 73................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 9. 70........................................................................ Liz Houser, 2009 10. 68................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 Earned Runs given up 1. 106................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 2. 103................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 3. 74................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 4. 73................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 5. 69................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2006 6. 63 ................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 7. 62................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 8. 57......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2010 9. 56......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 10. 53 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 Walks given up 1. 85 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 74 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 3. 68..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 4. 67................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 5. 63..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 6. 42................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 7. 34................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2005 8. 30................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2005 30................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 10. 28......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 Strikeouts 1. 249 ............................................................. Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 235.............................................................. Martika Elmore, 2010 3. 133.............................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2006 4. 126............................................................... Rachel Howard, 2004 5. 124.............................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2005 6. 121................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 7. 108................................................................ Rachel Howard 2005 8. 99 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 9. 94..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 10. 91......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 Doubles given up 1. 49..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 2. 44..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 3. 34................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2006 4. 31................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 5. 30......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 6. 29 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 7. 26................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 8. 22................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2006 22......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2010 10. 21................................ Two with 21 doubles given up in a season Triples given up 1. 8....................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 2. 7................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2004 3. 6..................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 6..................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2006 5. 5.................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2010 6. 4.................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2006 4 ................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2011 8. 3.................................................. Five tied with 3 triples given up Home Runs given up 1. 18..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2009 2. 12..................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 12 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 3 10................................................................ Steph Giannetti, 2006 4. 9.................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2010 9 ...................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 5. 8..................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2006 6. 7.......................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 7........................................................................... Liz Houser, 2010 8. 5..................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2008

Wild Pitches 1. 18 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 2. 11............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2010 3. 10 .................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 4. 6........................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 5. 5....................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 6. 3................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2004 3..................................................................... Susan Wynne, 2004 3................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2005 9. 2..................................................................... Aimee Rogers, 2008 2.................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2005 Passed Balls 1. 18................................................................... Heidi Morgan, 2004 2. 12.................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2010 3. 10 .................................................................. Chelsi Mallory, 2011 4. 3....................................................... Nine tied with 3 passed balls Hit By Pitch Given up 1. 13................................................................. Rachel Howard, 2004 13................................................................ Martika Elmore, 2010 3. 9.................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2006 9................................................................... Rachel Howard, 2005 5. 8.................................................................. Steph Giannetti, 2005 8 ................................................................. Martika Elmore, 2011 7. 7 ...................................................................... Alyssa Miller, 2011 8. 6........................................................................... Liz Houser, 2009 9. 5....................................................................... Jennifer Gift, 2008 5........................................................................... Liz Houser, 2010 Balks 1. 1..................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005 Putouts 1. 369 ............................................................... Chelsi Mallory, 2011 2. 354....................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2004 3. 341................................................................ Chelsi Mallory, 2010 4. 312 .................................................................. Sarah Carlos, 2011 5. 311....................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2005 6. 245................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2008 7. 221................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2009 8. 211................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2010 9. 195................................................................... Katie Brown, 2009 10. 193....................................................................... C.J. Jascur, 2006 Assists 1. 95................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2008 2. 88 ................................................................... Becca Curlee, 2011 3. 86................................................................... Lori McGeary, 2004 4. 76................................................................... Lori McGeary, 2005 5. 74 ................................................................. Kayla Clemens, 2011 6. 73...................................................................... Ashley Rice, 2005 7. 70................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2009 8. 67 ............................................................... Martika Elmore, 2011 9. 63................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005 10. 59............................................................... Maddie Fletcher, 2010 59................................................................ Rachel Howard, 2004 Errors 1. 24................................................................... Jenelle Trifon, 2005 2. 22................................................................ Jennifer Brown, 2009 3. 14................................................................... Amber Clontz, 2006 4. 13................................................................... Lori McGeary, 2004 5. 11................................................................ Kristina Clayton, 2010 11 .................................................................... Sarah Carlos, 2011 7. 10................................................................ Jennifer Brown, 2009 10................................................................... Ashley Huezo, 2004 10............................................................. Vanessa Marlowe, 2004 10 ................................................................. Kayla Clemens, 2011 Fielding percentage (min. 10 chances) 1. 1.000.................. 17 with a 1.000 fielding percentage in a season

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Individual Career Records (Since 2004) At-Bats 1. 477........................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 2. 405.............................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 3. 399................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 4. 398............................................................ C.J. Jascur (2004-2006) 5. 361 ....................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 6. 328........................................ Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009) 7. 315...................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 315............................................. Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009) 9. 312....................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 10. 262 ............................................. Brittany Jones (2010-present) Batting average (min 175 at-bats) 1. .350...................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006) 2. .346............................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 3. .322....................................................... Jenny Rollier (2005-2006) 4. .309........................................................... C.J. Jascur (2004-2006) 5. .303......................................................... Ashley Rice (2004-2005) 6. .298...................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 7. .298.................................................. Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 8. .289............................................ Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009) 9. .283..................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2005) 10. .273 ...................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) Runs scored 1. 70............................................... Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 2. 65.......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 3. 63..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 4. 58.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 5. 57............................................... Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009) 6. 54......................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 7. 49......................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006) 8. 45........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 9. 41.................................................. Three tied with 41 runs scored Hits 1. 140.............................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 2. 130......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 3. 123............................................................ C.J. Jascur (2004-2006) 4. 121................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 5. 93......................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 6. 91............................................... Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009) 7. 89........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 8. 87 ........................................................ Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 9. 86........................................................ Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006) 10. 80.......................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009) Doubles 1. 39............................................... Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 2. 27.............................................................. C.J. Jascur (2004-2006) 3. 22.......................................................... Jenny Rollier (2005-2006) 4. 21.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 5. 19......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 6. 17.......................................... Katie Thornburg (2006. 2008-2009) 7. 16........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 16....................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006) 9. 14..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 10. 11............................................... Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

Runs Batted In

SAcrifice Flies

1.

73............................................... Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present)

1.

4.......................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

2.

61.............................................................. C.J. Jascur (2004-2006)

4........................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

3.

54.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

4......................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006)

4.

45........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

4................................................. Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

45....................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006)

4............................................................ Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

6.

41..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

4................................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-present)

41 ........................................................ Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

7.

2.................................................... Eight tied with 2 sacrifice flies

8.

40.......................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009)

9.

36........................................................ Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

1.

23..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

2.

22.......................................................... Kayla Dorsey (2010-2011)

3.

20.......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

Total Bases

4.

13.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

1.

227.............................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present)

5.

12.......................................... Kristen Tettemer (2006, 2008-2009)

2.

174................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-Present)

12............................................ Maddie Fletcher (2009-present)

3.

162............................................................ C.J. Jascur (2004-2006)

7.

11............................................... Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

4.

137................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

8.

10............................................... Kayla Clemens (2011-present)

5.

120...................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

9.

8.......................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

6.

119 ...................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

10. 7....................................................... Five tied with 7 sacrifice hits

7.

107....................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005)

8.

105....................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

Stolen Bases

9.

104............................................. Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

1.

18......................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005)

104....................................................... Jenny Rollier (2005-2006)

2.

17......................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

34.......................................................... Jenny Rollier (2005-2006)

17......................................................... Jenny Rollier (2005-2006)

Walks

4.

15..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

1.

52............................................... Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present)

5.

12....................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006)

2.

38............................................... Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

6.

10........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

3.

37.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

7.

8............................................ Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009)

4.

36......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

8................................................. Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

5.

29........................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009)

8........................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

6.

28........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

10. 7 ................................................. Brittany Jones (2010-present)

7.

22......................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

8.

19............................................ Maddie Fletcher (2009-Present)

9.

18....................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006)

Stolen Base Attempts

18........................................................ Rose Johnson (2004-2005)

1.

24......................................................... Jenny Rollier (2005-2006)

2.

22......................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

Home Runs 1. 14................................................ Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 2. 5.......................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 5............................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 4. 4...................................................................... Kasey Fagan (2009) 5. 3............................................................. Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 3......................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006) 3 .......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 3 ....................................................... Jennifer Brown (2008-2009) 9. 2....................................................... Seven tied with 2 home runs

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7 .......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

Hit By Pitch

22..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

1.

12.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

4.

19......................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005)

2. 7................................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present)

5.

15....................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006)

7........................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

6.

11........................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009)

4.

5........................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005)

7.

10........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

5........................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)

8.

9................................................. Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

5............................................................ Jenny Rollier (2005-2006)

9 ........................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

5....................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

9.................................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-present)

5............................................ Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009)

9.

4................................................................ C.J. Jascur (2004-2006)

10. 3...................................................... Seven tied with 3 hit by pitch Triples 1. 5............................................................ Jenny Rollier (2005-2006) 2. 4......................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006) 4............................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 4. 3................................................................. C.J.Jascur (2004-2006) 3........................................................... Krystal Westnedge (2005) 3 ................................................... Chelsi Mallory (2009-present) 3................................................ Brittany Fowler (2011-present) 7. 2..................................................... Six with two triples in a career

Sacrifice Hits

10. 34............................................... Beth Brooker (2006, 2008-2009)

Strikeouts 1.

102........................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-2011)

2.

85.......................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009)

3.

66..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010)

4.

60................................................ Brittany Jones (2010-present)

5.

53......................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005)

53......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011)

7.

50 ..................................................... Jennifer Brown (2008-2009)

8.

48........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006)

48.............................................................. C.J. Jascur (2004-2006)

10. 40......................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006)


Individual Career Records (Since 2004) Appearances 1. 70..................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 61........................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 3. 57...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 4. 52..................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 50............................................................. Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 34....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 7. 33........................................................ Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8. 24.................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present)

Runs given up 1. 281......................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 2. 165................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 3. 148...................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 4. 131................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 130............................................................ Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 122.................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 7. 99......................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8 79.................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present)

Wild Pitches 1. 29..................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 10.......................................................... Jennifer GIft (2008-2010) 10................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 4. 7................................................................ Liz Houser (2009-2010) 5. 6........................................................ Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 6. 5........................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 7. 2........................................................ Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 2.......................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008)

Games Started 1. 54..................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 47.......................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 3. 43...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 43..................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 40............................................................. Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 31........................................................ Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 7. 24....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 8. 22 ................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present)

Earned Runs given up 1. 232........................................................ Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 2. 126................................................ Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 3. 117...................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 4. 108................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 107............................................................ Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 80...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 7. 73........................................................ Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8. 63.................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present)

Passed Balls 1. 24........................................................ Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 24............................................... Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 3. 6............................................................ Katie Brown (2008-2009) 4. 3......................................................... Bonnie Adams (2005-2006) 5. 2................................................................ T.J. Constantino (2004) 6. 1............................................................. Vanessa Marlowe (2004) 1......................................................... Abrams Buckheister (2006)

Complete Games 1. 47..................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 42........................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 3. 41...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 4. 31....................................................... Steph Gianetti (2005-2006) 5. 27........................................................ Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 6. 20............................................................. Liz Houser (2008-2009) 7. 14.................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 8. 11....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008)

Walks given up 1. 152................................................ Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 138......................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 3. 74.................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 4. 67..................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 45.............................................................. Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 44...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 7. 25....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 8. 24........................................................ Susan Wynne (2004-2005)

Shutouts 1. 12..................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 7........................................................ Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 7....................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 4. 4............................................................... Liz Houser (2009-2010) 4............................................................. Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 4................................................... Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 6. 3.......................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 7. 1......................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008)

Strikeouts 1. 484................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 257................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 3. 251......................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 4. 234.................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 5. 144........................................................... Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 99.................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 7. 71......................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8. 37....................................................... AImee Rogers (2006, 2008)

Saves 1. 6........................................................ Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 2. 2....................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 2....................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 4. 1............................................................ Jennifer Gift (2008-2010)

Doubles given up 1. 100......................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 2. 60................................................. Martika Elmore (2010-Present) 3 52.............................................................. Liz Houser (2009-2010) 4. 51..................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 43...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 43....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 7. 26........................................................ Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8. 20................................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present)

Innings Pitched 1. 384.1................................................ Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 2. 355.2..................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 3. 307.1................................................. Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 4. 273.2................................................ Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 5. 214........................................................... Liz Houser (2009-2010) 6. 178.2.................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 7. 132.2.................................................. Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 8. 127.2............................................. Alyssa Miller (2011-present) Hits Allowed 1. 473........................................................ Jennifer GIft (2008-2010) 2. 461.............................................. Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 3. 288.................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 4. 262........................................................... Liz Houser (2009-2010) 5. 254................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 6. 234..................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 7. 218....................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8. 120................................................ Alyssa Miller (2011-present)

Triples given up 1. 14........................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 2. 10...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 10....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 4. 9....................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 5. 8.......................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 6. 6....................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 7. 3.................................................... Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 8. 2................................................................ Liz Houser (2009-2010) Home Runs given up 1. 34.......................................................... Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 2. 21.................................................. Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 3. 14..................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 14.............................................................. Liz Houser (2009-2010) 5. 13....................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) 6. 9 .................................................... Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 7. 7........................................................ Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 8. 4.......................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005)

Hit By Pitch Given up 1. 22...................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 2. 21..................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 3. 17..................................................... Steph Giannetti (2005-2006) 4. 11.............................................................. Liz Houser (2009-2010) 5. 9............................................................. Jennifer Gift (2008-2010) 6. 7.................................................... Alyssa Miller (2011-present) 7. 3.......................................................... Susan Wynne (2004-2005) 8. 2......................................................... Aimee Rogers (2006, 2008) Putouts 1. 979........................................................ Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 2. 858............................................................ C.J. Jascur (2004-2006) 3. 787.............................................. Chelsi Mallory (2009-Present) 4. 508...................................................... Heidi Morgan (2004-2006) 5. 312......................................................... Katie Brown (2008-2009) 6. 246......................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009) 7. 203....................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 8. 182................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 9. 163 ...................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 10. 154 ....................................................... Kayla Dorsey (2010-2011) Assists 1. 220................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 2. 162....................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 3. 130.......................................................... Ashley Rice (2004-2005) 4. 128........................................ Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009) 5. 116....................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006) 6. 108.......................................... Maddie Fletcher (2009-Present) 7. 105.................................................... Rachel Howard (2004-2005) 105................................................... Martika Elmore (2010-2011) 9. 95......................................................... Becca Curlee (2009-2011) 10. 79.......................................................... Kayla Dorsey (2010-2011) Errors 1. 33......................................................... Jenelle Trifon (2005-2006) 2. 32...................................................... Jennifer Brown (2008-2009) 3. 26.......................................................... Sarah Carlos (2008-2011) 4. 23.............................................. Amber Clontz (2005-2006, 2008) 23..................................................... Kristina Clayton (2008-2010) 6. 17......................................................... Lori Mcgeary (2004-2005) 7. 16............................................... Maddie Fletcher (2009-Present) 8. 14........................................... Katie Thornburg (2006, 2008-2009) 14.......................................................... Kayla Dorsey (2010-2011) 10. 13.............................................................. C.J. Jascur (2004-2006)

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Team Single Game Records (Since 2008) At-Bats 1. 41................................................... Fairmount State, Mar. 6, 2010 2. 36............................................. Southern Wesleyan, Mar. 9, 2010 3. 35................................................. Montreat College, Mar. 7, 2009 35............................................... Limestone College, Mar. 7, 2010 35 ................................................. Johnson C. Smith, Apr. 8, 2011 6. 34................................................ Tusculum College, Apr. 12, 2008 34 .................................... Georgia College & State, Feb. 23, 2011 34 ............................................. Newberry College, Mar. 22, 2011 34 ................................ Lincoln Memorial University, Apr. 6, 2011 10. 33.................................... Seven games with 33 at-bats in a game

Runs scored 1. 20 ................................ Johnson C. Smith University, Apr. 8, 2011 2. 14.............................................. Virginia Intermont, Feb. 12, 2009 3. 13................................................ Montreat College, Mar. 7, 2009 4. 12................................................ Montreat College, Apr. 22, 2008 12............................................... Columbia College, Feb. 19, 2011 6. 11.................................................... Belmont Abbey, Mar. 5, 2009 11.................................. Mountain State University, Feb. 29, 2008 8. 10................................. Mountain State University, Mar. 22, 2009 10............................................... Columbia College, Mar. 23, 2011 10. 9............................................... Four games with nine runs scored Hits 1. 18.............................................. Southern Wesleyan, Mar. 9, 2010 2. 16................................. Johnson C. Smith University, Apr. 8, 2011 3. 15..................................................... Fairmont State, Mar. 6, 2010 4. 14........................................................ King College, Apr. 21, 2008 14............................................... Limestone College, Mar. 7, 2010 6. 13.................................................... Belmont Abbey, Mar. 5, 2010 13................................................. Montreat College, Mar. 7, 2009 13.......................................... Winston-Salem State, Feb. 20, 2011 13....................................................... Davis & Elkins, Mar. 8, 2011 10. 12............................................................. Two games with 12 hits Doubles 1. 6 ................................................. Montreat College, Apr. 22, 2008 2. 4............................................... Wingate University, Apr. 10, 2009 4.......................................................... King College, Apr. 20, 2009 4................................................. Limestone College, Mar. 7, 2010 4................................................ Newberry College, Mar. 24, 2010 4.................................................. Thomas University, Apr. 3, 2010 4.......................................................... King College, Apr. 21, 2008 4.................................................. Tusculum College, Apr. 12, 2008 9. 3...................................................... Fifteen games with 3 doubles Triples 1. 2............................................................ King College, Apr. 2, 2008 2................................................ Southern Wesleyan, Mar. 9, 2010 2................................................. Columbia College, Feb. 19, 2011 2................................... Johnson C. Smith University, Apr. 8, 2011 3. 1................................................... Eighteen games with one triple Home Runs 1. 2................................................... North Greenville, Apr. 16, 2008 2.............................................................. USC-Aiken, Mar. 3, 2010 2........................................ Lenoir-Rhyne University, Apr. 17, 2010 2................................................. Columbia College, Feb. 19, 2011 2........................................... Winston-Salem State, Feb. 20, 2011 2......................................................... Davis & Elkins, Mar. 8, 2011 7. 1................................................ Thirty games with one home run Runs Batted In 1. 13.............................................. Virginia Intermont, Feb. 12, 2009 2. 12................................................ Montreat College, Apr. 22, 2008 12................................................. Montreat College, Mar. 7, 2009 12................................. Johnson C. Smith University, Apr. 8, 2011 5. 11................................. Mountain State University, Feb. 29, 2008 11............................................... Columbia College, Feb. 19, 2011 7. 10............................................... Columbia College, Mar. 23, 2011 8. 9................................... Mountain State University, Mar. 22, 2009 9...................................................... Belmont Abbey, Mar. 5, 2010 9............................................... Southern Wesleyan, Mar. 9, 2010

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Walks 1. 9................................... Mountain State University, Mar. 29, 2008 9................................................... Milligan College, Mar. 22, 2009 3. 8................................................... Milligan College, Mar. 18, 2010 4. 7................................................ Virginia Intermont, Feb. 27, 2010 7................................................. Columbia College, Mar. 23, 2011 7................................... Johnson C. Smith University, Apr. 8, 2011 7. 6.................................................. Catawba College, Mar. 27, 2010 6.................................................. Montreat College, Apr. 22, 2008 6............................................................. USC Aiken, Feb. 12, 2011 10. 5................................................................ Six games with 5 walks Hit By Pitch 1. 4................................................. Newberry College, Apr. 24, 2009 2. 3................................................ Newberry College, Mar. 22, 2011 3. 2................................................ Virginia Intermont, Feb. 27, 2010 2..................................................... Mars Hill College, Apr. 2, 2010 2............................................... Wingate University, Apr. 23, 2009 2..................................................... Mars Hill College, Apr. 4, 2009 2................................................. Pfeiffer University, Feb. 27, 2011 2................................................. Columbia College, Mar. 23, 2011 9. 1.............................................. Forty-six games with 1 hit by pitch Strikeouts 1. 14............................................................... USC Aiken, 2/12/2012 2. 13..................................................... Fairmont State, Mar. 6, 2010 3. 11.................................................. Nine games with 11 strikeouts Sacrifice Hits 1.

5............................................. Lees-McRae College, Feb. 15, 2008

5................................................. Pfeiffer University, Feb. 27, 2011

3.

4.................................................. Truett-McConnell, Apr. 20, 2010

4.................................................. Hillsdale College, Mar. 13, 2011

4....................................... Lincoln Memorial College, Apr. 6, 2011

6.

3.............................................. Thirteen games with 3 sacrifice hit

SAcrifice Flies 1.

2............................................. Southern Wesleyan, Mar. 11, 2008

2.

1....................................... Twenty-three games with 1 sacrifice fly

Stolen Bases 1.

5..................................... Tusculum College (Gm. 1), Apr. 12, 2008

5..................................... Tusculum College (Gm. 2), Apr. 12, 2008

3.

4................................................ Virginia Intermont, Feb. 11, 2008

4.

3.................................................. Truett-McConnell, Apr. 20, 2010

3................................................ Virginia Intermont, Feb. 15, 2009

3.................................................. Montreat College, Apr. 22, 2008

3................................................. Montreat College, Feb. 14, 2008

3...................... Johnson C. Smith University (Gm. 1), Apr. 8, 2011

3 ...................... Johnson C. Smith University (Gm. 2), Apr. 8, 2011

10. 2......................................................... Fifteen games with 2 steals Caught Stealing 1.

3............................................................. USC Aiken, Feb. 12, 2011

2.

2.................................................. Montreat College, Apr. 22, 2008

3.

1.............................................. Nineteen games 1 caught stealing

Innings Pitched 1.

10................................................. Montreat College, Mar. 7, 2009

2.

9............................................... Wingate University, Apr. 10, 2010

9.................................................... Milligan College, Feb. 24, 2008

9.................................................... Milligan College, Feb. 16, 2011

9....................................................... Coker College, Mar. 11, 2011

6.

8.1.......................................................... USC Aiken, Feb. 12, 2011

7.

8.........................

Nine games with eight innings pitched

Hits Allowed 1.

21........................................................ King College, Apr. 21, 2008

2.

18................................................ Mars Hill College, Mar. 29, 2008

3.

17................................................ Catawba College, Mar. 30, 2009

17................................................ Mars Hill College, Mar. 29, 2008

5.

16................................................ Catawba College, Mar. 26, 2008

6.

14...................................... Carson-Newman College, Apr. 8, 2008

14............................................... Tusculum College, Mar. 31, 2009

14..................................... Lenoir-Rhyne University, Apr. 18, 2009

9.

13................................................. Six games with 13 hits allowed

Runs given up 1.

14................................................ Mars Hill College, Mar. 29, 2008

2.

12................................................ Limestone College, Apr. 5, 2009

3.

11................................................ Catawba College, Mar. 26, 2008

11................................................ Catawba College, Mar. 30, 2009

5.

10................................................ Catawba College, Mar. 26, 2008

10................................................ Mars Hill College, Mar. 29, 2008

10........................................................ King College, Apr. 21, 2008

8.

9................................................. Nine games with 9 runs given up

Strikeouts 1.

16............................................. Southern Wesleyan, Mar. 9, 2010

16............................................... Columbia College, Feb. 19, 2011

3.

15.............................................. Virginia Intermont, Feb. 27, 2010

15..................................................... Fairmont State, Mar. 6, 2010

15.............................................. Southern Wesleyan, Feb. 9, 2011

6.

13.................................................. Milligan College, Feb. 26, 2008

13.................................................. Milligan College, Feb. 21, 2010

13.............................................. Virginia Intermont, Feb. 26, 2011

9.

12............................................. Four with 12 strikeouts in a game


This is Brevard College Date Founded 1853. Oldest college or university in the mountains of North Carolina. Type of College Four-year private, coeducational, comprehensive liberal arts college; affiliated with the Western North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church. Calendar Two semesters—fall, spring. Campus & Location 120-acre campus within the city of Brevard, North Carolina; close to the Pisgah National Forest, DuPont State Forest, Blue Ridge Parkway, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the city of Asheville, the Asheville Regional Airport and the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport. Degree Programs Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Music; Bachelor of Science. Majors Art; Biology; Business and Organizational Leadership; Criminal Justice; English; Environmental Science; Environmental Studies; Exercise Science; General Science; Health Science Studies; History; Integrated Studies; Mathematics; Music; Music Education; Psychology; Religious Studies; Theatre Studies; Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education. Pre-Professional Pre-Law, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Veterinary and Teacher Licensure. Special Programs, Opportunities Honors Program; honor societies; Institute for Women in Leadership; double major; dual enrollment; internships; study abroad; independent study; teacher licensure program; experiential studies (Pisgah National Forest, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cradle of Forestry, regional museums, area orchestras); interdisciplinary studies; Academic Enrichment Center; Appalachian Center for Environmental Education. Faculty 55 full-time faculty; 75 percent hold the terminal academic degree in their field; 53 percent hold tenure; student-faculty ratio is 11:1. Student Profile (2009-2010) 658 students from 35 states and 13 foreign countries; 98 percent fulltime; 74 percent residential; 57 percent male, 43 percent female; 52 percent in-state students, 48 percent out-of-state and international students. Library 58,000 volumes; over 120,000 e-books; 4,490 audiovisual materials; 150 print subscriptions; access to over 22,000 electronic journals. Internetaccessible databases containing indexes, abstracts, and thousands of full-text and digital resources are available 24/7 from EBSCO, Gale, JSTOR, Lexis/Nexis, NC LIVE, ProQuest, and other online database providers. Wireless Internet access is readily available in the library. Resource sharing is available through academic libraries in Western North Carolina and nearby states. The library is a member of the American Library Association, Appalachian College Association, Carolina Consortium, North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, and Solinet/Lyrasis.

Financial Aid 94 percent of students receive merit-based and/or need-based scholarships, grants, and loans; $14.5 million in aid was coordinated for Brevard College students in 2009-2010 for 642 students. Residence Halls Four options: three traditional style residence halls and one apartmentstyle residential village primarily for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Information Technology All academic buildings and residence halls are connected to the campus high-speed fiber-optic network. All residence hall rooms are wired to provide students with access to the campus network and Internet resources. Wireless access is also available at several public campus locations. The campus network consists of a server farm, student labs, library lab, as well as faculty and staff PCs. Special computer labs are provided for Art and Music students in the Sims Art Center and Dunham Music Center. Athletics Brevard College boasts a distinguished and successful history in intercollegiate athletics, winning nine national team championships as a junior college (1937-2000). During this period, more than 200 Brevard College student athletes received All American honors. After completing the transition to a four-year institution in 2000, the College became an active member of the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Over the next eight years, Brevard athletic teams earned 10 conference titles and made 9 national tournament appearances. A new era of Brevard College Athletics began in 2008 as the Tornados became full active members of the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference. In the three years since, every BC Athletic team has either recorded a South Atlantic Conference win or has received a berth to the postseason South Atlantic Conference tournament. The men’s basketball team won Brevard’s first South Atlantic Conference Championship in 2010, and was the first BC program to participate in the NCAA Regional tournament. The Cycling team has won backto-back Fall Mountain Bike Team National Championships along with several individual national titles. Brevard has also seen multiple athletes and coaches receive both All-Conference, All-Region and National recognition as the Tornados look to continue their success both in the NCAA and the South Atlantic Conference.

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Varsity Sports Men Baseball Basketball Cross Country Cycling Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track

Women Basketball Cheerleading Cross Country Cycling Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Track Volleyball


This is Brevard College

The BC Experience Beyond the Classroom

Life outside the classroom. College is about getting an education…but that doesn’t mean learning only happens in the classroom. At Brevard College we take your education seriously and that is why we believe in your holistic development—that is, helping facilitate your growth as responsible and effective individuals while living in a socially cohesive campus community.

A Campus For Students… Life on the Brevard College campus is centered on the student experience in and out of the classroom. From the moment you arrive on campus, you become part of a dynamic community where there are more than 30 active student organizations and clubs, a Campus Activities Board (CAB) that offers over 100 programs and events a year, and there are multiple offerings in intramurals, outdoor recreation, and student leadership opportunities.

…By Students Everything that happens in the student culture on campus is driven by student leadership that you can easily be a part of joining. Whether you want to be involved in student government (SGA), athletics, chorale ensembles, or just take on a position as a resident advisor (RA), there is an opportunity for you to grow as a person, as a paraprofessional, and ultimately as a professional member of the campus culture and leadership team on campus.

Step In. Stand Out.

5 Fast Facts: • All student clubs, organizations, and offices in Campus Life are run by students, just like you! • Students are recognized for their individuality, but also in how they work with other students in group dynamics. • Majors are for degrees; experiences are for life—we will help you develop and grow both in and out of the classroom • There are clubs and organizations and leadership opportunities for everyone— you want it, we got it. If we don’t, we will create it! • Leadership begins with you. If you step in, you will stand out.

Once you step into the campus culture, you are already predestined to develop and grow your personal leadership skills. At BC, we will get to know you, welcome you into the cohesive family of learners, and help you develop your potential to do whatever it is you want to do while enrolled at Brevard College. This experience is what you want to make it and it’s all about you as an individual within the context of a community of other students who want to form friendships, team relationships, and lifelong bonds with you. You can’t help but stay involved and feel attached to BC once you get involved. Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1.800.527.9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College Campus Life at Brevard College The Division of Campus Life is committed to the personal development and growth of each student at Brevard College. We will get to know you and help you get what you want out of this collegiate experience. Through our many offerings and services, you will find an informative, resourceful division that is here to serve you!

Personal Development and Wellness It all begins with you as an individual. We recognize that you come to College from a certain place, background, with certain characteristics that make you unique. We don’t want to change any of that, but we want you to be the “best you” that you can be. Along the way, we recognize that there are times when students struggle with college and we have offices and services that are here to assist you individually. Whether it’s through our Wellness Center in Stamey, our housing office with your roommate, suitemates, or room assignments, or whether it’s in helping assist you through our Campus Security operation, we have 24/7 coverage that is available in any time of need.

Community Development But we don’t want you to stay individuals forever. Part of being in college and developing into the responsible citizen that you will be is to live in a community with others and learn from each other and grow socially, physically, emotionally, and more. Thus, we have offices centered on engaging you in activities and events in various interest areas. Additionally, we have programming centered on multicultural awareness, service initiatives, intramurals, outdoor recreation, and more.

Other Unique BC Programs And if all of this wasn’t enough—we offer alternative fall and spring break trips to help raise awareness to social justice issues while providing service to local communities of interest. We also provide opportunities for students to study abroad, be a part of a living-learning community like our Institute for Women in Leadership (IWIL), or take part in our Voice of the Rivers (VOR) program where students work with faculty on a three week expedition focused on the interdisciplinary study of a river. At BC, we have so much to offer you in your educational and social pursuits and these are just a few examples of the types of experiences you could be enjoying. So what are you waiting for? Be prepared to step in and stand out in a community developed for students, by students. All that’s missing is…YOU!

Contact Information: Campus Life 828.884.8258 www.brevard.edu/lifebc Admissions 800.527.9090 www.brevard.edu/admissions Financial Aid 828.884.8245 www.brevard.edu/financialaid BC Experience Web Site www.brevard.edu/bcexperience Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1.800.527.9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College

step in. stand out. with more than 40 majors and minors Majors:

Pre-Professional Studies:

Art (B.A.)

Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Nursing Pre-Veterinary

Required concentration (one required): Graphic Design, Painting, Photography or Sculpture

Biology (B.S.) Business & Organizational Leadership (B.A.) Criminal Justice (B.A.) English (B.A.) Required concentration (one required): Creative Writing, Interdisciplinary Studies, Journalism/ Professional Communication, Literary Studies, Teacher Education

Environmental Science (B.S.) Environmental Studies (B.A.) Exercise Science (B.A. & B.S.) General Science (B.A.) Health Science Studies (B.A.) History (B.A.) Integrated Studies (B.A.) Emphases by choice

Mathematics (B.A.) Music (B.A. & B.M.) Music Education (B.A.) Performance (B.M.)

Psychology (B.A.) Religious Studies (B.A.) Optional focus: Biblical Archaeology, Diversity Studies, Philosophy

Theatre Studies (B.A.) Required concentration (one required): Performance, Technical, Teacher Licensure in Theatre Emphasis

Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education (B.A.)

Minors: Art Art History Biology Business and Organizational Leadership Chemistry Coaching Criminal Justice Ecology Education English Environmental Studies Fitness Leadership Gender Studies & Leadership Geology History Mathematics Music Natural History Pre-Law Psychology Religious Studies Social Sciences Spanish Language and Culture Theatre Wilderness Leadership & Experiential Education

Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1-800-527-9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College Teacher Licensure: Licensure Area Elementary grades K-6 English grades 9-12 Mathematics grades 9-12 Science grades 9-12 Social Studies grades 9-12 Art grades K-12 Music grades K-12 Physical Education grades K-12 Theatre grades K-12

Brevard College Major Integrated Studies English Mathematics General Science History Art Music Education Exercise Science Theatre Studies

The Brevard College teacher education program will enable students to earn teacher licensure in a number of academic disciplines at both elementary and secondary levels. For the most up-to-date status of each licensure program in relation to state approval, students should consult with the Director of Teacher Education.

Scholarship Information: New freshman and transfer students may qualify for academic scholarships through the Admission Office, ranging from $5,500 per year to full tuition. Additionally, top leaders and artists may qualify for leadership and/or talent based scholarships up to $3,500 per year. Need-Based Financial Aid is also available to students who qualify as a result of filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Leadership/Talent scholarships are also available, starting at $500 and up.

Men’s Varsity Teams:

Telephone

Baseball Basketball Cycling Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track / Cross Country

828.884.9158 828.884.8267 828.884.8272 828.884.8105 843.437.9637 828.884.8394 828.884.8281 828.884.8272

Interested in becoming a BC Tornado?

Women’s Varsity Teams:

Telephone

Basketball Cheerleading Cycling Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Track / Cross Country Volleyball

828.884.8241 828.884.8281 828.884.8272 843.437.9637 828.884.8222 828.884.8346 828.884.8281 828.884.8272 828.884.8203

•Complete the Tornado Athletic Questionnaire online (www.BCTornados.com)

Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1-800-527-9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College

Athletics A new era of Brevard College Athletics began in 2008 as the Tornados became full active members of the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference. In the three years since, every BC Athletic team has either recorded a South Atlantic Conference win or has received a berth to the postseason South Atlantic Conference tournament. The men’s basketball team won Brevard’s first South Atlantic Conference Championship in 2010, and was the first BC program to participate in the NCAA Regional tournament. The Cycling team has won back-to-back Fall Mountain Bike Team National Championships along with several individual national titles. Brevard has also seen multiple athletes and coaches receive both All-Conference, All-Region and National recognition as the Tornados look to continue their success both in the NCAA and the South Atlantic Conference.

Men’s Athletics Women’s Athletics •Baseball •Basketball •Cross Country •Cycling •Football •Golf •Soccer •Tennis •Track and Field

•Basketball •Cheerleading •Cross Country •Cycling •Golf •Soccer •Softball •Tennis •Track and Field •Volleyball

Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1.800.527.9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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This is Brevard College NCAA Division II Division II is about “Life in the Balance.” Education has lasting importance on an individual’s future success. For this reason, the emphasis for the student-athlete experience in Division II is a comprehensive program of learning and development in a personal setting. The Division II approach provides growth opportunities through academic achievement, learning in high-level athletic competition and development of positive societal attitudes in service to community.

Intramurals The Brevard College Intramural Program is designed to create a unique opportunity to bring the college community together. Participation is voluntary. We encourage Resident Advisors and student leaders to assist in forming teams. A wide variety of individual and team sports are offered. This enables students to select the physical activities that will best satisfy his or her needs. Activities include: Basketball (Men’s & Women’s) Disc Golf (Co-ed)

Softball (Tournament) Tennis (Men’s & Women’s Singles, Mixed Doubles)

Flag Football (Men’s & Women’s)

Ultimate Frisbee (Co-ed)

Floor Hockey (Co-ed)

Volleyball-Sand (Co-ed)

Indoor Soccer (Co-ed)

Volleyball-Indoor (Co-ed) Sport of the Month

Interested in becoming a Brevard College Tornado?

•Complete the Tornado Athletic Questionnaire online (www.BCTornados.com) •Apply and be admitted to Brevard College (www.brevard.edu/admissions) •Complete all required NCAA eligibility requirements through the NCAA Clearinghouse (https://web1.ncaa.org/ eligibilitycenter/student/index_student.html)

Contact Information: Athletics Department 828.884.8276 Admissions 800.527.9090 www.brevard.edu/admissions Financial Aid 828.884.8245 www.brevard.edu/financialaid Athletics Web Site www.BCTornados.com Meet a BC Graduate:

www.brevard.edu/graduates Brevard College • Brevard, NC • 1.800.527.9090 • admissions@brevard.edu • www.brevard.edu

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Athletic Director Juan Mascaro

Juan Mascaro is beginning his first year as the Athletic Director, having taken over the reigns of the program in the summer of 2011.

Coach Mascaro is also in fifth year at the helm of the Brevard College men’s soccer program, having taken over the reigns of the program in 2006.

Head Coach Juan Mascaro was selected to the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Advisory Committee in 2010-2011 and will help with the gathering and sharing of results for teams within their conference or geographical area, the ranking of the top teams in the region, the provision of input in the selection of officials for the championship, the provision of input in the selection of sites for championship competition and the service as a sounding board for the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee.

In 2008, Mascaro led the men’s soccer team to a 5-14-1 record in their inaugural season as members of NCAA Division II and the SAC. The Tornados recorded their first SAC win over Lincoln Memorial, 2-1, on Oct. 24. The highlight of the season came on Oct. 15 when they took Division I Winthrop into double overtime, before falling 2-1.

During his time at Brevard, Mascaro has guided the men’s soccer team to a 9-28-2 record, playing a full SAC slate, which includes four NCAA Division II National Tournament participants and the NCAA DII National Championship runner-up. Mascaro comes to Brevard from Campbell University where he spent two seasons as the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach. During his first season at Campbell, he helped the Fighting Camels to advance into the 2005 Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. From this outstanding performance the Camels ended their season with a 6-3-1 league record and 8-9-2 overall. While at Campbell his duties included training the goalkeepers, recruiting coordinator and monitoring the academic progress of the student athletes. Prior to Campbell, he was the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach for the University of Central Florida for five seasons. During his tenure, the Golden Knights were ranked as high as number-13 nationally and won the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship. During his last three seasons with the Golden Knights the team finished with a 35 20-1 overall record. His main areas of responsibilities for the Knights included training the goalkeepers, recruiting coordinator assisting the head coach in all areas of team training.

A native of El Salvador, Mascaro earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration in 1994 and his Master of Arts in Applied Economics in 1999 from the University of Central Florida. He currently holds his NSCAA National Coaching Diploma earned in 1994 and Advanced National Diploma in 1995.

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Britne Stubbs, Senior Women’s Administrator

Britne Stubbs has taken on the responsibilities as the Senior Woman Administrator at Brevard College, providing a female voice and perspective on key issues and serving as a role model for diversity, inclusion and gender equity in the athletic community. She also will be the liaison with the BC SAAC to work with the committee on developing and carrying out their goals and initiatives as well as promoting community service projects and campus leadership initiatives. In addition, she will also be taking over the vacant position of Director of Champs Life-Skills at Brevard and will help out in Operations and Game Day Administration.

In 2009, Coach Stubbs oversaw the team as the Tornados made the transition to becoming full members of NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference. The BC softball team went 17-27, 2-14 in conference play and was one of four Tornados teams to make it to the SAC Tournament.

In her first season at the helm of the women’s softball program, Coach Stubbs help guide the team to a 13-27 record on the season, an 11game improvement from the 2007 season.

As provisional members of both the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference in 2008, the Tornados played a very challenging schedule, taking on a number of strong teams throughout the year. Stubbs, who originally hails from Bennettsville, SC, comes to Brevard by way of Tiffin University in Tiffin, OH. At Tiffin, Stubbs served as the assistant softball coach while she completed her master’s degree in business administration. During her two year stint at Tiffin University, the softball program compiled a record of 94-22. Coach Stubbs was a part of two conference AMC championships, two region IX championships and two National Tournament Appearances. Also, Coach Stubbs was a part of two conference coaching staff of the year awards. In 2006, she was a part of Region IX coaching staff of the year.

While at Tiffin University, Stubbs helped tutor five All-Americans, six All-Region performers and seven All Conference Players.

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Prior to coaching at Tiffin, Stubbs played softball at Queens University located in Charlotte, NC. Stubbs was named to the CVAC All-Conference first team three times and was her team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player three consecutive seasons spanning from 2002-2005. In the 2005, Stubbs was named the Female Athlete of the Year for Queens University. Stubbs remains as the Queens University stolen base recorder holder, when she stole 39 bases in her senior campaign. In 2005 she was nationally ranked 16th in the nation for stolen bases with 39 and 42nd for batting average for all of NCAA Division II.


BC Athletic Administrative Staff

Rob Fiedler, Director of Compliance

Rob Fiedler joined the Brevard College Athletic Department staff in October 2009, taking on the role of Director of Compliance.

Fiedler comes to the Tornados, having served as the Assistant Compliance Coordinator at Syracuse University from 2007-2009.

Rob also utilized compliance software programs, including CAi, LSDBi and the NCAA Eligibility Center website, as well as updating student-athlete information on CAi and other related spreadsheets and databases. He also assisted with administering rules compliance, rules education meetings and other office tasks as assigned.

While at Syracuse, he verified the initial-eligibility for incoming prospective student-athletes and assisted in the administration of student-athlete employment. Rob also served as the primary contact for the distribution of funds for student-athletes from the NCAA/Big East Conference Special Assistance Fund and Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund.

Prior to Syracuse, Rob served as a graduate assistant to the Athletic Director as Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, Pa. from 2005-2006 where he supervised a student-employee crew for event management, as well as scheduling student-employees for all athletic events and completing bi-weekly payroll for all operations staff. He also assisted the Assistant to the Athletic Director in different aspects of NCAA rules compliance as well as verifying completion of all NCAA documentation by student-athletes and updating student-athlete contact and participation information in CAi and department spreadsheets. Rob also served as an Athletic Office Intern at Cambridge Springs High School in Cambridge Springs, Pa. from August 2004-December 2004 where he monitored student-athlete eligibility and participated in the athletic budgeting process. Rob graduated from Edinboro University in May of 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education with a concentration in Sport Administration and received his Masters in Sport Management from Slippery Rock University in December of 2006.

Carole Futrelle, Director of Marketing & Donor Relations

Carole Futrelle joined the Brevard College Athletic Department staff in August 2009, taking on the role of Director of Marketing & Donor Relations.

Futrelle comes to the Tornados having served as the Executive Director of Carolina Voices based out of Charlotte, N.C. from 19931997 where she developed and maintained relationships with financial contributors and in-kind providers, successfully applying for multiple grants on local, state and national levels. She also managed the day-to-day business operations as well as identifying, recruiting and training new members for supporting committees within both the organizations, as well as the members of the Board of Directors.

Prior to her post as Executive Director, Futrelle served as the Director of Development for Carolina Voices from 1990-1993 where she developed and implemented campaign drives for individual gifts, as well as preparing and completing successful presentations for solicitations of corporate gifts.

Futrelle graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and serves as a volunteer at Providence Presbyterian Church, where she has served as an Elder, Clerk of Session, Youth Advisor and Adult Sunday School Teacher. Carole and her husband Ted live in Brevard and are the proud parents of two children, a son Dan who lives in Brevard with his wife Susan, and a daughter Kelly, who resides in Charlotte.

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BC Athletic Administrative Staff

Seth Montgomery, Athletic Media Relations Director

Seth Montgomery joined the BC Athletic Department Staff after serving the spring of 2009 as the Interim SID as the main contact for volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s golf, women’s basketball, softball and cycling. He also served as an alternate color commentator for BC football, basketball and baseball games.

Seth graduated magna cum laude in December of 2008 from North Greenville University with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration.

Montgomery started his work in Sport Information as a studentassistant at North Greenville University, where he worked with the football and baseball teams as both a statistician and radio color commentator.

He also served as the main media contact for the Spartanburg Stingers baseball team in the Coastal Plains League in 2007, serving as the statistician and radio alternate.

Prior to coming to Brevard, Montgomery worked as a media intern at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Golf Tournament at the Bay Hill Country Club in Orlando, Fla. in 2008. In addition to his sport information work, Montgomery is also a member of CoSIDA.

Joshua Smallwood, Head Athletic Trainer

Joshua Smallwood joined the Athletic Department staff in the summer of 2009 and serves as the Head Athletic Trainer.

Prior to coming to Brevard College, Joshua was a graduate assistant at the University of Central Arkansas from August 2007-May 2009 where he provided the primary medical coverage for the Bears men’s and women’s cross country teams, men’s soccer and track and field, as well as assisting with basketball and football.

Joshua started his athletic training career at Appalachian State University, where he worked as a Head Athletic Training Student responsible for helping provide coverage for football, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s basketball.

Joshua received his Master’s degree from the University of Central Arkansas in Kinesiology and Physical Education in May of 2009. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State in 2007 in Athletic Training.

He is currently working on the manuscript for his original research project on the “Effects of an Ankle Support on Ankle Range of Motion in Male Collegiate Soccer Players” which was the topic of his graduate thesis at the University of Central Arkansas. He hopes to submit the manuscript for publishing in a peer reviewed journal in the Summer of 2010. He enjoys watching the Washington Nationals and participating in outdoor activities in his spare time. He and his wife Cathy live in Horse Shoe with their dog Lia.

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BC Athletic Administrative Staff

Myranda Nash, Admin Asst/Special Events Coord.

Prior to coming to Brevard, Nash served as an Intern with the LenoirRhyne University Athletic Department, where she served with the LR Special Events Director and with the Bears Club from May 2010-August 2010.

She also served as an apprentice at Westcare Sports Medicine where she completed a 70 hour apprenticeship under the supervision of three licensed Physical Therapists in the Fall of 2009.

She also has extensive volunteer experience, having served as a volunteer with REACH of Jackson County, the Community Table of Jackson County and the Jingle Bell 5K Run. She has also served as the Registration Committee Chair for the Mountain Heritage 5K race in October of 2009, and participated in several missions trips throughout the country.

Nash graduated from Western Carolina in August of 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management with a concentration in Exercise Science and Fitness Management and is currently working on her MBA at Western Carolina with a projected graduation date of 2013.

Joshua Owen, Associate Athletic Trainer

Josh Owen joined the staff at Brevard College in 2008. His primary sport responsibilities are with the Tornado volleyball, women’s basketball, and softball teams. He is actively involved in continuing education as he has taken and continues to take a variety of courses from the Postural Restoration Institute.

Josh comes to Brevard College from Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C., where he graduated with honors and earned his Bachelor’s degree in 2007. While at ASU, Josh worked with the football team and other varsity sports in the Mountaineer Athletic Training Department.

Josh is currently single and lives in Brevard. He enjoys the outdoors in his free time.

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February

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@ Johnson C. Smith

Belmont Abbey

Charlotte, N.C. - 3 p.m.

Brevard, N.C. - 1 p.m.

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Va. Intermont

@ Va. Intermont

@ Pfeiffer

Brevard, Va. - 1 p.m.

Bristol, Va. - 2 p.m.

Misenheimer, N.C. - 2 p.m.

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25 Alderson-Broaddus Gaffney, S.C. - 1:30 p.m.

@ Limestone

@ Milligan

Gaffney, S.C. - 3:30 p.m.

Milligan, Tenn. - 2 p.m.

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@ Limestone

@ Young Harris

Gaffney, S.C. - 2 p.m.

Young Harris, Ga. - 2 p.m.

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@ St. Andrews

@ Lander

@ Mars Hill*

Florence, S.C. - 12 p.m.

Laurinburg, N.C. - 2 p.m.

Greenwood, S.C. - 3 p.m.

Mars Hill, N.C. - 1 p.m.

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Anderson*

Lincoln Memorial*

Brevard, N.C. - 2 p.m.

Brevard, N.C. - 1 p.m.

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Johnson C. Smith

@ Catawba*

Tusculum*

Brevard, N.C. - 2 p.m.

Salisbury, N.C. - 2 p.m.

Brevard, N.C. - 1 p.m.

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Wingate*

Newberry, S.C. - 2 p.m.

Brevard, N.C. - 1 p.m.


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USC Aiken

Carson-Newman* Brevard, N.C. - 1 p.m.

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Winston-Salem, N.C. - 2 p.m.

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@ Winston-Salem St.

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SAC Tournament

SAC Tournament

SAC Tournament

Greeneville, Tenn.

Greeneville, Tenn.

Greeneville, Tenn.

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Date Opponent Feb. 9, 2012 @ Johnson C. Smith Feb. 11, 2012 Belmont Abbey Feb. 12, 2012 Virginia Intermont Feb. 16, 2012 @ Virginia Intermont Feb. 18, 2012 @ Pfeiffer Feb. 21, 2012 @ Milligan Feb. 25, 2012 vs. Alderson-Broaddus Feb. 25, 2012 @ Limestone Feb. 26, 2012 @ Limestone Feb. 29, 2012 @ Young Harris

Site Charlotte, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Bristol, Va. Misenheimer, N.C. Milligan, Tenn. Gaffney, S.C. Gaffney, S.C. Gaffney, S.C. Young Harris, Ga.

Time 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

Mar. 2, 2012 Mar. 4, 2012 Mar. 5, 2012 Mar. 8, 2012 Mar. 10, 2012 Mar. 13, 2012 Mar. 17, 2012 Mar. 18, 2012 Mar. 21, 2012 Mar. 24, 2012 Mar. 28, 2012 Mar. 31, 2012

@ Georgia College & State Milledgeville, Ga. vs. West Alabama Florence, S.C. @ St. Andrews Laurinburg, N.C. @ Lander Greenwood, S.C. @ Mars Hill* Mars Hill, N.C. Anderson* Brevard, N.C. Lincoln Memorial* Brevard, N.C. Johnson C. Smith Brevard, N.C. @ Catawba* Salisbury, N.C. Tusculum* Brevard, N.C. @ Newberry* Newberry, S.C. Wingate* Brevard, N.C.

2 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

Apr. 6, 2012 Apr. 11, 2012 Apr. 14, 2012 Apr. 15, 2012

@ Lenoir-Rhyne* USC Aiken Carson-Newman* @ Winston-Salem State

Hickory, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Winston-Salem, N.C.

Apr. 19 - 21, 2012

Food Lion SAC Tournament

Greeneville, Tenn.

Home events are in blue * - indicates South Atlantic Conference event

1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.


2012 Brevard Softball Media Guide  

2012 Brevard College Tornados Softball Media Guide

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